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The Montbéliarde breed originated in the Haute SaÔne-Doubs region of France. The breed was originally called the Alsatian breed until around the mid 1800's when it changed to Montbéliarde. These cattle are renowned for their milk as traditionally the milk is processed into Emmental and Gruyère cheese.