Scratching Longhorn Cow photographic print taken near Malham Yorkshire Dales
The English Longhorn was developed in the North of England around the
Craven area. It was bred as a draught animal as well as for milk, butter
and meat production. Longhorns can still be found roaming the Craven hills
and in spring with their attractively patterned calves at foot they make
great subjects. Limestone rocks are scattered throughout the Dales and apparently
make great scratching posts.
The print is available in three sizes and two different frames. For a bit more information about how our mounted prints are made and your framing options just click here.