Excerpt from The Farmer's Magazine, Vol. 11: January to July, 1857 The above bull's dam took first prizes at the Royal Agricultural Society's Meetings for three successive years, as a yearling, two-year-old in calf, and cow in milk: at Norwich, Exeter, and Wind sor. Her first calf also took prizes at the same Society's Meetings for three successive years, as yearling, two-year-old in calf, and cow in milk. Napoleon III. Is the second calf of his dam.
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