American Milking Devon Cattle

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Yetive 16237, grand champion Devon cow, Eastern States Exposition and Connecticut State Fair, 1930. Record of Merit record, 8797 pounds milk and 371 pounds fat. Owned by Connecticut Agricultural College. Duke of Roxbury 9180, grand champion Devon bull. Eastern States Exposition and Connecticut State Fair, 1927. Owned by Connecticut Agricultural College.
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The best matched pair Prize-winning oxen at Danbury, Conn., Fair
Everett Clark, oxen Nonpareil (251)
Everett Clark and 2 yoke of Devon oxen, Essex, Connecticut, 1910 Nonpareil (251) Calved in 1843. Bred by John C. Halse, Molland, Devon, England. Imported in 1848 by W. P. and C. S. Wainwright, The Meadows, Rhinebeck, N. Y. Sire: Prince Albert (140)
Everett Clark, oxen Nonpareil (251)
Titania 358 (1084) Calved March 1853. Owned and imported in 1853 by Edward G Faile, West Farms, Westchester Co., NY. Bred by George Turner of Barton, Near Exeter, England. Sire Kossuth 93. Dam Calystigia 39. Winner of the first prize in the two year old class of Devons at the New York State Agricultural Show at Elmira in 1855, and at the United States Agricultural Show at Boston in 1855. Editha 1052 (680). Calved June 18, 1851. Bred and owned by C. S. Wainwright, Rhinebeck, NY. Sire Megunticook 116 (251). Dam Moss Rose (240). Winner of the first prize in the 3 year old and older class of Devons at the New York State Fair at Elmira in 1855.

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