[Sca-cooks] HIstoric accuracy

Terry Decker t.d.decker at att.net
Thu Nov 6 18:20:49 PST 2008

That's Oklahoma State University rather than the University of Oklahoma. 
OSU has one of the best ag schools in the country.


> There's actually quite a lot of husbandry research on dairy animals, and 
> while most of it dates to the early part of the 1900's quite a lot of 
> modern day research has helped to scientifically fill in missing 
> information.
> The University of Oklahoma has a terrific website on historic breeds and 
> their research.  There is a growing number of countries that are working 
> to preserve historic breeds and are providing a lot of information on the 
> animal, it's structure, and profile their end product; be it meat, as a 
> work animal, or fluid milk.  It's quite an active area of research right 
> now and quite  large number of scientists are working on where breeds came 
> from and how the massive crossbreeding of the late 1800's and all of the 
> 1900's has changed them.  Really very interesting stuff.
> http://www.ansi.okstate.edu/
> Eibhlin

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