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« on: January 04, 2011, 10:18:02 AM »
Has anyone seen on the news just lately the Panda Cows? There is a website for them also. Supposedly they are a relatively "new breed," but they are really a crossbreed with the mini Belted Galloways. Our mini cross heifer delivered one of them on New Year's Eve. I had never even heard of them until I got on the internet to look up the traits of the BG's and came across the term "Panda Cow." Has anyone else ever had one born on their property or know of one? The news segment said there are "only 25 in the whole world!" Well, ours just made 26, lol!!

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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #1 on: January 04, 2011, 10:24:54 AM »
sell it fast while supplies are limited.  can you eat them?
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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2011, 10:33:43 AM »
Yes, he was bred as a potential beef (mini hereford/mini Angus cross). We were hoping for a bull calf for that purpose, but when we went out and saw how pretty he was we were saying "Oh why couldn't he have been a heifer?!" But after seeing the GMA segment, we are glad to have him regardlesss! I doubt he'll go to beef now! The Yahoo home page has the story on it right now...

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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2011, 05:37:27 PM »
FWIW, this is directly from THE INTERNATIONAL MINIATURE CATTLE BREEDERS SOCIETY AND REGISTRY a division of Happy Mountain Farm Inc.'s website...

http://www.minicattle.com/index.cfm?select=panda

Registered Panda Miniature Cattle were developed at Happy Mountain Miniature Cattle Farm and are the original and only recognized trademarked Panda Cattle. Any other cattle being marketed under the same or similar names are nothing more than illegal fakes. Do not be misled by unscrupulous dishonest breeders selling unregistered questionable animals attempting to take advantage of the popularity of our Panda Miniature Cattle product name. Authentic Panda Cattle are trademarked and registered with the International Miniature Cattle Breeds Registry. These are the only Panda Miniature Cattle. Any other cattle claiming to be Panda or similar to Panda Cattle or stating "Otherwise known as Panda Miniature Cattle" are not registered or recognized by the International Miniature Cattle Breeds Registry. Use of the name Panda in reference to cattle in any way is a product trademark infringement and will be dealt with accordingly. The name Panda as it relates to cattle together with logos and related marks are product trademarks of Professor Richard H. Gradwohl 2003.

A breed society/registry that is a division of a farm?  And then all the legal mombo jumbo & threats of legal action.  Wow, just wow! 
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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2011, 08:57:54 PM »
was the dog in little rascals a panda dog?

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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #6 on: January 04, 2011, 09:06:57 PM »
Peetie!!!!!!  He just had a target around one eye...a bulldog though.  I drew a circle around my white bulldog's eye every time I saw that movie as a kid
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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #7 on: January 04, 2011, 11:26:57 PM »
FWIW, this is directly from THE INTERNATIONAL MINIATURE CATTLE BREEDERS SOCIETY AND REGISTRY a division of Happy Mountain Farm Inc.'s website...

http://www.minicattle.com/index.cfm?select=panda

Registered Panda Miniature Cattle were developed at Happy Mountain Miniature Cattle Farm and are the original and only recognized trademarked Panda Cattle. Any other cattle being marketed under the same or similar names are nothing more than illegal fakes. Do not be misled by unscrupulous dishonest breeders selling unregistered questionable animals attempting to take advantage of the popularity of our Panda Miniature Cattle product name. Authentic Panda Cattle are trademarked and registered with the International Miniature Cattle Breeds Registry. These are the only Panda Miniature Cattle. Any other cattle claiming to be Panda or similar to Panda Cattle or stating "Otherwise known as Panda Miniature Cattle" are not registered or recognized by the International Miniature Cattle Breeds Registry. Use of the name Panda in reference to cattle in any way is a product trademark infringement and will be dealt with accordingly. The name Panda as it relates to cattle together with logos and related marks are product trademarks of Professor Richard H. Gradwohl 2003.

A breed society/registry that is a division of a farm?  And then all the legal mombo jumbo & threats of legal action.  Wow, just wow! 



it's a novelty coat pattern, nothing more, nothing less.  what a complete and utter waste of time.  it will die just like the other fads before.

the illegal fake thing is a joke.  how can something "popular" be so rare.

they will probably market a line of stuffed animals to make money as the novelty wears off.  the idea that the trademark office would grant this and restrict any cattle reference is ridiculous.  it's the equivalent of registering "black baldy", which i guess is an offensive term in some circles outside the cattle industry.  maybe someone should sue for that term and lump anyone involved with cattle to be included in the lawsuit.

i wonder if you cook the complete round as a roast or if the filet is bigger than a wildshot duck breast.
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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #8 on: January 05, 2011, 06:31:37 AM »
The rancher on the GMA segment said he could sell it for $30,000

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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #9 on: January 05, 2011, 10:19:01 AM »
I want to trademark Skunk Cows.   (dog)

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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #10 on: January 05, 2011, 11:54:51 AM »
The whole thing just make me sit and shake my head!! What next? Quite the science behind this "breed" of cattle.

Your so right about the who would give a trademark to this BS Knabe. Our government in action. How crazy. Makes you wonder about the PPL sitting in the chairs!!

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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #11 on: January 05, 2011, 02:36:58 PM »
nothing more than a crossbred belted galloway/mini hereford or belted galloway/hereford/lowline or some such combination.
personally I feel sorry for anyone who would pay many thousands for this 'rare' breed......then again maybe I am the idiot and should give kudos to the guy who has done his marketing right and is able to command such $$$ for his cattle! :-\

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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #12 on: January 05, 2011, 02:46:26 PM »
I saw thease on TV!! I can't beileve that people are buying them as house pets!!! I MUCH rather have a dog!! hahahahaaha Look what science can do!! - Lindsey
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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #13 on: January 05, 2011, 02:48:03 PM »
.then again maybe I am the idiot and should give kudos to the guy who has done his marketing right and is able to command such $$$ for his cattle! :-\

that's what people say about most mult-level marketing schemes which is why it shouldn't have been allowed.
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Re: Miniature Panda Cows
« Reply #14 on: January 05, 2011, 03:58:28 PM »
Is this Panda thing really any different from the giant cattle of the 80's or the 'clubby' cattle of today?

From a production/commercial standpoint, none of the three are very practical, yet are still very popular among an audience willing to pay $.

Each fills a niche market.     If someone will pay a premium price for a steer with a square on his side, someone will find a way to crossbreed animals to meet that market.   






 

 

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