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Canada Agriculture and Food Museum, Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa, ON, Canada
One of the cattle breeds at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum is the Charolais, an all-white breed that originated in the province of Charolles in France. Introduced in North America via Mexico, the Charolais is very large and is known for its draft power. Cows can weigh up to 900 kg (2,000 lbs), and bulls can weigh up to 1,100 kg (2,400 lbs).
Un poids lourd
L’une des races bovines présentes au Musée de l’agriculture et de l’alimentation du Canada est celle des charolais. Ce bovin tout blanc, originaire de Charolles, en France, a d’abord foulé le sol nord-américain au Mexique. Le charolais est un très gros bovin, efficace comme animal de trait. Les vaches de cette race peuvent atteindre un poids de 900 kg (2 000 livres) et les mâles, 1 100 kg (2 400 livres).