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Breeds Beef Cattle

breed identification for beef cattle

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polled with a black, smooth coat. Originated in Scotland. Angus
This breed of beef cattle was developed in England and brought to the United States in 1817. This breed of beef cattle have red bodies with white faces. Hereford
This breed of beef cattle was developed in the United States from the Hereford breed. Except for the polled trait, this breed of beef cattle has the same characterstics as the Hereford breed. Polled Hereford
This breed of beef cattle originated in England. They were brought to the United States in 1783. This breed of beef cattle can be red, white, or roan in color. Shorthorn
This breed of beef cattle originated from Switzerland. Oldest breed of cattle in the world. Large, powerful breed. Brought to the United States in 1971. This breed of beef cattle are red to dark red and have spotted bodies with white to lite straw faces. Simmental
This breed of beef cattle are large and white.This breed of beef cattle was imported into the United States in 1936 from Mexico. They were originally developed in France.This breed of beef cattle are noted for their fast growth and lean meat. Charolais
This breed of beef cattle are very dark red with white markings on the head, belly, and rear legs and tail. Developed by crossing the Mancelle breed with the Shorthorn breed Maine-Anjou
This breed of beef cattle are very large with a mature bull weighing up to 4000 pounds and standing 6 feet tall.This breed of beef cattle are white with black skin pigmentation. Chianina
This breed of beef cattle was developed in the Southwestern United States, but its parents originated in India. This breed of beef cattle varies in color from light gray or red to almost black and are known for their ability to withstand heat and insects. Brahman
This breed of beef cattle was developed on the King Ranch in Texas. This breed of beef cattle are 5/8 Shorthorn and 3/8 Brahman. Santa Gertrudis
This breed of beef cattle have long horns and several different color patterns. This breed of beef cattle are known for the longevity, hardiness, strong survival instincts, and resistance to disease and parasites. Texas Longhorn
Created by: kstober