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A dairy breed crossed in the 18th century
The Normande is a dairy breed that presents a double advantage. Its milk is the richest in protein in France, and its meat has unparalleled flavor and marbling. The breed originates from the Cotentin region but was crossed in the 18th century with the Augeronne, which gave it greater muscle mass, and the Cauchoise that increased its udders and elongated its head. The Normande's docility, ease in calving, and the quality of its milk make it an emblem of Normandy.
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