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BEEF COW BREEDS:

Animal Science I

TermDefinition
- from Scotland - usually solid black (maybe small white) - polled ANGUS
- from England - red, white, roan, white spotted - horned or polled SHORTHORNS
- from Scotland - red RED ANGUS
- from France - white/cream, light pigmented skin - horned or polled CHAROLAIS
- can be any color or pattern - long horns TEXAS LONGHORN
- from Texas - "Monkey" - cherry red - disease resistant SANTA GERTRUDIS
- from the US - floppy ears - hump on back - red - horned or polled RED BRAHMAN
- Hereford + Angus - not a registered breed - black body, white head BLACK BALDIE
- From Italy - one of the oldest breeds - white: muzzle, switch - black hooves - largest breed in the world CHIANINA
- From England - usually horned - mainly red - white: belly, face, switch & sometimes hooves HEREFORD
- from Germany - reddish-gold - horned or polled - black pigmented skin GELBVIEH
- from Switzerland - yellow-red - white: belly, face, legs - horned or polled SIMMENTAL
- from the US - "Manso" - different shades of gray - horned or polled GRAY BRAHMAN
- Belgian - double muscling - white, blue, blue roan, black BELGIAN BLUE
- France - usually black or red - "butcher's animal" - horned or polled LIMOSIN
- can be belted - from Scotland - polled GALLOWAY
Created by: CarsynLynn