Definition of Cattaloes
1. cattalo [n] - See also: cattalo
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cattaloes
Literary usage of Cattaloes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Genetic Studies on a Cavy Species Cross by John Adolph Detlefsen (1914)
"A number of recent workers have tried to establish fertile male cattaloes. Boyd (1908) has reported on the dominance of the white face of the Hereford, ..."
2. The Breeding of Animals by Frederick Blackman Mumford (1917)
"When both parents are of mixed blood, the cattaloes are in many respects ... cattaloes with a high percentage of bison blood are probably immune from Texas ..."
3. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1914)
"In stage three, as was expected, the proportion of bison blood no longer determines the likeness to the bison. We have two one-half-cattaloes, yearlings, ..."
4. The Book of Texas by Harry Yandell Benedict, John Avery Lomax (1916)
"A few tame and half-breed buffaloes, "cattaloes," on the Goodnight Ranch in the Panhandle are all that are left of the great southern herd that a century ..."
5. Beginnings in Agriculture by Albert Russell Mann (1914)
"Some stockmen are endeavoring just now to produce a new type or race of animals, called cattaloes, by choosing one parent from common farm beef animals and ..."
6. The Indian Tribes of the Upper Mississippi Valley and Region of the Great Lakes by Emma Helen Blair, Nicolas Perrot, Morrell Marston, Thomas Forsyth, Paul Radin, Gertrude M. Robertson (1911)
"Besides these, there are a considerable number of "cattaloes," the product of a cross between the bison and the domestic breed of cattle — in the United ..."
7. Inbreeding and Outbreeding: Their Genetic and Sociological Significance by Edward Murray East, Donald Forsha Jones (1919)
"cattaloes, the Product of Crossing the Cow and the Bison 180 38. Sterile Hybrid Between Radish and Cabbage 192 39. Tassels of an Almost Sterile Strain ..."