Click here to load reader

Cattle Breeds. British Angus Ayrshire Belted Galloway British White Devon Dexter English Longhorn Galloway Gloucester Guernsey Hereford Highland Irish

  • View
    216

  • Download
    4

Embed Size (px)

Text of Cattle Breeds. British Angus Ayrshire Belted Galloway British White Devon Dexter English Longhorn...

  • Slide 1
  • Cattle Breeds
  • Slide 2
  • British Angus Ayrshire Belted Galloway British White Devon Dexter English Longhorn Galloway Gloucester Guernsey Hereford Highland Irish Moiled Jersey Kerry Lincoln Red Luing Red Angus Red Poll Shorthorn Sussex Welsh Black White Park Popular breeds in the United States include: Angus, Hereford, and Shorthorn
  • Slide 3
  • Angus Black Polled (Without Horns) From Scotland Known for calving ease and marbling #1 in registration Headquarters in St. Joseph, MO First came to the US in 1873 Certified Angus Beef
  • Slide 4
  • Hereford Red with white face and belly Polled or Horned From Western England Known for foraging and being docile #2 in registration Headquarters in Kansas City, MO Imported to the US in 1817 Certified Hereford Beef
  • Slide 5
  • Shorthorn Red, White, or combination of both Polled or Horned From Northeast England Known for showring and milk Headquarters in Omaha, NE Imported to US in 1873
  • Slide 6
  • Continental Alberes Alentejana Allmogekor Andalusian Black and Grey Angeln Austrian Mountain Asturian Valley Aubrac Baltata Romaneasca Bazadiais Bearnais Belgian Blue and Red Berrendas Blacksided Trondheim and Norland Blonde d' Aquitaine Bordelais Braunvieh Brown Swiss Busa Cachena Canary Island Carinthian Blond Charolais Chianina Danish Jersey and Red Dutch Belted Dutch Friesian Dolafe Evolene Fighting Bull Fjall Galician Blond Gascon Gelbvieh German Angus German Red Pied Glan Greek Shorthorn Greek Steppe Gronigen Whitehead Herens Hiterwald Holstein Hungarian Grey Icelandic Limousin Lithuansian Red Lourdais
  • Slide 7
  • Continental Maine-Anjou Marchigiana Maremmanal Meuse-Rhine- Yssel Mirandesa Modicana Montbeliard Morucha Murboden Normande Norwegian Red Oropa Parthenais Piedmontesse Pinzgauer Polish Red Ratien Gray Red Pied Friesian Red Polled Ostland Red Steppe Reggiana Retinta Salers Shetland Simmental Swedish Friessian Swedish Red and White Swedish Red Polled Tarentaise Telemark Ukranian Beef Ukrainian Grey Ukrainian Whitehead Vestland Fjord Vestland Red Polled Vosges White Caceres Popular breeds in the United States include: Simmental, Charolais, Maine-Anjou, Chianina, and Limousin
  • Slide 8
  • Simmental Black, Red, Black and White, or Red and White From Switzerland Most popular Continental breed Known for growth and muscle Earliest records in US were in 1887 Headquarters in Bozeman, MT
  • Slide 9
  • Charolais White From France Heavy muscled High growth and feed efficiency High Birth Weights leads to trouble calving First Came to US in late 1930's Headquarters in Kansas City, MO
  • Slide 10
  • Maine-Anjou Full bloods are red and white Through crossbreeding could be black and white or solid black From Northwest France Imported to Canada in 1969 Brought to America through Artificial Insemination Headquarters in Platte City, MO
  • Slide 11
  • Chianina Purebreds have white hair with black skin Very tall and long legged From Italy Nowadays cattle only need 6.25% Chi to register Good cross popular in club calf operations Poor milk production In 1973 the first purebred Chi bull was brought to US from Canada Headquarters in Platte City, MO
  • Slide 12
  • Limousin Red or Black From Southern France In 1698 were used for animal power Horned or polled First Came to US in the early 1930's Headquarters in Englewood, CO