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New Hampshire’s First Cattle: Captain Mason’s Yellow Cowes

June 1st is World Milk Day and this is National Dairy Month, so it’s the perfect day to write about cows and cattle. It is also time for a confession of sorts–the black and white Holstein cow that I have … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Reds

New Hampshire has its very own breed of poultry, called New Hampshire Reds

Somewhere around 1915, a few New … Continue reading

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Guernsey Cattle Club Building, Peterborough NH

Watch for an upcoming article about this club's role in Admiral Byrd's 1993 expedition to Antarctica. Continue reading

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New Hampshire Red

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Wonalancet New Hampshire Chinook Breeder, Dog Trainer, and Antarctica Dog Driver – Arthur Treadwell Walden (1871-1947)

Arthur Treadwell Walden, the son of a famous Episcopal preacher, was born in Indiana in 1871.

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