The sandhill and beef industry is no longer synonymous in India, according to a new report from The Times Of India.
It says sandhills and beef can be eaten interchangeably and it is also possible to make sandhill cheese with beef in a way that has not been done before.
The paper’s report, titled ‘Bread, Cheese and Sandhill Crane Meat: How They Can Be Eaten Together’, is based on research done by a team of experts.
According to the report, sandhill’s meat and beef should not be confused with each other.
It said sandhill cattle, which are raised in sand hills near the foothills of the Himalayan mountains, are very different to cattle of the beef and beef trade.
The sandhill breed of cattle are small and they are not as tall as beef cattle.
They are also not as powerful and agile.
They have a much lower metabolism and they have much lower levels of insulin, the report said.
They are also lighter, with a fat content of around 5% to 8% and a bone density of 1.4 to 1.5 times that of beef cattle, it said.
The report also said sand hill cattle have fewer teeth, bones and teeth that are not broken or fused.
Sandhill cows are raised on an open-air range, which is a place where sand is deposited to create a smooth surface, and where sand can accumulate.
It is also where sand hills are created to protect against erosion and snow.
It also means that sandhill cows do not suffer from chronic diarrhea, which occurs in beef cattle that are fed grass.
Sand hills are used for grazing, mining, as a fuel source, and as an animal feed source.
The sand hills of Bhutan are used as a source of water.
Sand hill cattle are the only cattle in the world that are raised exclusively on sand hills.
It was the first cattle in this region, and the last, to be domesticated, to the point where the species is now called Sandhill cattle.