How Well Do You Know The Gelbvieh?

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How Well Do You Know The Gelbvieh? - Quiz

This breed originated in Germany in the 18th Century. It's a multi-purpose breed, which looks like it's covered in gold (because of the color of their coat). Have you ever heard about this bread? If yes, what do you really know about it? Take our quiz and find out now.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    What is this breed commonly used for?
    • A. 

      Milk, beef, and draught

    • B. 

      Milk

    • C. 

      Beef

    • D. 

      Leather production

  • 2. 
    What's the meaning of the word Gelbvieh?
    • A. 

      Orange cattle

    • B. 

      Golden cattle

    • C. 

      Yellow cattle

    • D. 

      Brown cattle

  • 3. 
    When was the new breed developed?
    • A. 

      By 1910

    • B. 

      By 1920

    • C. 

      By 1925

    • D. 

      By 1930

  • 4. 
    In how many countries has this breed been introduced?
    • A. 

      7

    • B. 

      6

    • C. 

      5

    • D. 

      12

  • 5. 
    When did the first Gelbvieh genetics reach Canada?
    • A. 

      In 1968

    • B. 

      In 1970

    • C. 

      In 1972

    • D. 

      In 1975

  • 6. 
    How many heads are currently registered in Canada?
    • A. 

      3,500 heads

    • B. 

      3,000

    • C. 

      2,800

    • D. 

      2,500

  • 7. 
    When were the first Gelbvieh cattle imported in the US?
    • A. 

      In 1969

    • B. 

      In 1971

    • C. 

      In 1975

    • D. 

      In 1980

  • 8. 
    How many Gelbvieh cows are currently registered in the States?
    • A. 

      45,000 heads

    • B. 

      50,000 heads

    • C. 

      10,000 heads

    • D. 

      7,000 heads

  • 9. 
    What's the color of their coat?
    • A. 

      White

    • B. 

      Golden brown with dark hooves and full body pigmentation

    • C. 

      Red

    • D. 

      Black

  • 10. 
    What's its other name?
    • A. 

      Swiss yellow

    • B. 

      German yellow

    • C. 

      Bavarian yellow

    • D. 

      Alpine yellow

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