Hundreds of fair-goers crowded the town common, enjoying the beautiful weather, taking in the exhibits housed in several buildings around the common and the demonstrations of fodder grinding by Brookfield's Phillip Merriam with a vintage 1917 grinder and 1920 engine, wagon rides by Mark Korzec and his Belgian horses Babe and Thunder, Forbes Henshaw's red Dutch belted cow Scarlet, and stone cutting by Randall L.
What does DB stand for?
DB stands for Dutch Belted (rabbit breed)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Fortunately, these Dutch Belted cows have proved to be a wonderful choice in many ways.
Fecal samples from 34 Dutch Belted (DB) and 15 New Zealand White (NZW) rabbits were cultured; and isolates were biotyped, serotyped, tested by polymerase chain reaction (PCR), and genotyped by repetitive-element sequence--based PCR (Rep-PCR).
Letendre said firefighters were in the station for training when a passer-by spotted the struggling Dutch Belted calf and called for help at 11:51 a.
Dutch Belted cattle have a history dating back over 300 years in The Netherlands, and have been a part of the American dairy scene since the mid-1800s.
Fernwood: This is a rare soft-ripened cheese made from the buttery rich organic milk of Dutch Belted cows--aged at least 60 days in our underground cave.