– looking for news on cows …?
Here are some fine calfs I met the other day. They belong to a breed called Norwegian Red (Norsk rødt fe), which is a breed of dairy cattle developed in Norway. It has a red and white or black coat. Norwegian Reds are noted for their hardiness and the richness of their milk.
98% of the Norwegian national herd belong to this designation. And so these kind of cows can be used in marketing of diary products which are supposed to be typical Norwegian. As for example the milk chocolate wafer biscuit bar called Kvikk Lunsj (first made in 1937), a copy of the British Kit Kat (1935). (So much for national originality …).