Cattle Breeds

Parent Category: Cows and Cattle
Cattle breeds include every breed known to man that can be asked on here, from Angus cattle to Holsteins to even Zebu or Brahman-type cattle. There are over 900 breeds in the world, and questions about a particular breed of bovine can be asked and answered here.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Artiodactyla Family: Bovidae Genus: Bos Species: Bos Taurus
A cow is a bovine that has already had a calf, so she would be at the right age already to be pregnant. However, if you are referring to a HEIFER , she should be around 15 months old when first bred or impregnated.
Leather is made from the hide, meat from the carcass, bone meal andfecal material for fertilizer.
There are no specific characteristics about jersey cows, but thereare characteristics about jersey cattles.
Of course it does. All mammals do
Holstein cows produce an average of 3.5% butterfat with an averageof 17,000 pounds of fluid milk per year. That would be 595 poundsof butterfat per year. Holsteins are the highest total fluid milkproducers, but are on the low side of percent butterfat and percentprotein. Even so, if you compare...
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Angus cattle thrive in the cooler climates like that similar toScotland or northern USA and Canada, though a lot of Angus cattlelive throughout the US, including the southern areas where they dopoorly in the hot summer days in states like Kansas, Texas orFlorida.
The colonial farmers would milk cows and slaughter them to get meat.
Any breed is best for meat, actually.
There isn't an "aggressive" breed, an animals behavior depends on how it was raised and their individual personality. Aggressiveness can also be heritable. But "aggressiveness" could be too-strong of a word. Flighty, nervous, wild, etc. are words that could describe animals that are not aggressive...
There really isn't an aggressive BREED per say, as it depends on each individual animal within a breed, since there is more variations within a breed than between breeds. I mean, you can have an aggressive Hereford where most of the cattle in this breed are quite docile. However, the Spanish...
No one. Dairy cattle where merely selected through the process of artificial selection from ancient breeds like the Celtic Shorthorn and the Aurochs, to produce more milk than what is needed to feed a calf.
Those two exotic "varieties" of cattle all depends on where youlive. Where one location considers a certain breed being "exotic"is not that in another. For example, in India, two exotic breeds ofcattle would be Holstein and Brown Swiss. In North America, exoticswould be Dexters and Scottish Highland...
Average is around 285 days or more.
By their teeth. Depending on the age of the heifers, they would still have most of their milk teeth. However, as long yearlings (14-18 months of age) the central pair of temporary incisor teeth or pinchers would be replaced by the permanent pinchers. At 2 years of age, the central permanent incisors...
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The Angus bull is part of the Angus breed, which originated in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Because this breed produces more milk per year and/or per day than any other dairy breed.
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The breed of cow is irrelevant. However, cattle with horns should not be mixed with cattle without horns. When new cattle are first introduced to a new herd, there will be a lot of excitement and interest in the newcomers but that will soon die down and they usually get along together.
Breedsocietys have a variety of roles, but their most important role isto preserve integrity of the breed they are focused on. Dog breedsocieties also serve to promote the popularity of their breed,provide sponsorship for dog shows, educate owner, breeders, andprospective owners about the breed, and...
There are actually more than one breeds like that: Milking Shorthorn Ayrshire Guernsey Red Holstein
Angus cattle are primarily known for their ability to have great carcass quality and ability to cross with other beef breeds to obtain even better carcass traits. Cows are great for easy keeping on just grass and hay, as well as good milking ability, mothering ability, calving ease, raising growthy...
They are all black, naturally polled, are less beefy than continentals like Charolais or Simmental, but is a beef breed nonetheless.
You can't tell if you're buying real Angus beef in the superstore. When the hide comes off, all beef animals look the same. The only way you can "tell" if you're eating Angus beef is if the label on the cellophane-wrapped beef says CAB Certified, however this is also unreliable (see the related...
White cows are cows that have white hair. The breeds that have white cows are Charolais, Shorthorn, White Park, British White, and some Brahman.
Well, there is no best breed of cow, but it depends on what you are asking about like a cow that produces the most milk would be a Holstein.
From 700 to 1000 lbs.
Usually a Guernsey is light brown with white patches.
Angus cattle are European-type cattle of the species Bos taurus . They are black and polled (naturally hornless).
- Ability to live in minimal conditions - Great calving ease - Horns to defend themselves and their young - Ruminant stomach to digest roughage - Thick skin to ward off insects and heat of the day - Intelligence - Longevity - Great forage convertibility (no need to be supplemented with grain) -...
Genetics. MA's have been bred to have low birthweights.
To the public, Angus cattle are mainly known for their black hair. But to others, Angus cattle are known for their good quality of meat.
Holsteins originated from the Netherlands.
It has given producers cattle that are meatier for beef and that produce more milk for dairy. In selective breeding you are able to choose the genetics that best fit the cow, say she has strong conformation but low milk quantity, so you would choose a bull that is strong in milk quantity.
The Texas Longhorn and the Florida Cracker, both "derived" from the early Spanish cattle that were imported from Spain to Mexico and America.
The Holstein breed originated from the Netherlands.
a brown Swiss cow or heifer has the same gestation as any beef or dairy bovine which is 283 to 285 days or 9 months
Zebu-type cattle are primarily found in the southern Asian countries like India, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, as well as in Africa. They are also found in South America and mostly in southern USA, but a few breeders have been able to breed such cattle as far north as Canada and Europe. Most zebus are...
Angus cattle are the most common.
Speckle Park is a breed of beef cattle that originated from Saskatchewan, Canada.
This breed was originated in Saskatchewan, Canada.
In 1959, Eilleen and Bill Lamont of Maidstone, Saskatchewan, bought their first speckled heifer from Mary Lindsay of Greenstreet, Saskatchewan. The subsequent offspring from this heifer caught their interest and they decided to attempt to create a new breed. In 1985, nine Speckle Park breeders met...
Speckle Parks are a medium sized beef breed that easily converts forage into beef allowing the animal to have a high dressing out percentage. This breed is known as the Carcass breed, producing high quality carcasses without a thick layer of outer fat and high quality marbling. Heifers and cows...
The Speckle Park breed originated from a red roan heifer that threw calves of the same color pattern no matter what bull she was bred to. It is supposed that this cow (then owned by Mary Lindsay) is descended from the Teeswater Shorthorn and sired by a bull with the White Park colouration. The...
Four main breeds would be the Jamaican Hope, Jamaican Red, JamaicanBlack, and Jamaican Brahman. Other possible breeds include N'Dama,Senepol, Red Poll (The crossbreeding of N'Dama and Red Poll cattlecreated the Senepol breed) and Sahiwal. The rest of the cattle on these islands are commerical cross...
Average weight is around 1600 lbs or more.
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About 1,400lbs this depends on how well the cow grew as a calf and the genetic traits of each individual animal.
Beef Cattle: . Charolais . Hereford . Brangus . Beefmaster . Limousin . Angus Dairy Cattle: . Holstein . Jersey . Brown Swiss . Ayrshire . Guernsey . Milking Shorthorn
On average, a Beefmaster cow would stand between 5 and 6 feet in height at the shoulder.
They originated in South France, the first herd book dates back to 1886.
The average mature weight of a BS cow is around 1400 lbs. A Brown Swiss bull has an average mature weight of around 1800 lbs.
Jerseys supply small amounts of milk than most other breeds but the percentage of fat 5.2% is the highest of all breeds.
There have been Holsteins' that have sold for over 1 million dollars. The highest I know sold for 1.2 million.
Nothing, it is impossible to breed two bulls together. However, when either of these is a female the offspring would just be called a cross bred animal. A similar circumstance is when you cross a Hereford with a Charolais.
Freisian cows breed just like any other cows do. See the related question below.
Some English or British breeds include: Angus Red Angus Shorthorn Hereford South Devon Devon Scottish Highland White Park Galloway Belted Galloway Red Poll English Longhorn Jersey Ayrshire Dexter Kerry