After centuries in the Scottish Highlands, this breed become resistant to stress-related illnesses. Aged. This breed's long hair keeps it warm in snow and cold weather.

Scottish Highlands

France used Charolais for meat, milk, and drafting. The strong animals could work in fields and haul waggons. Mexican Charolais arrived in the 1930s.


1950. Belted Galloways yield lean beef despite their appearance. 60% of living weight may be dressed. Double-haired belties stay warm without backfat.

Belted galloway

Herefords were bred for great beef productivity and efficiency. They arrived in 1817 to boost Southwest herds. Early maturing and fattening Herefords were popular in the US.


Holsteins are most known as dairy cows, but there are others. Holsteins were brought to America in the 1850s as milk demand soared.


In the 1700s, red English longhorns were mated with black Angus to make draught animals. One-fourth were red. Purebred black and red offspring

Red angus

This ancient Swiss breed is popular. Their popularity declined from the late 1800s until the late 1960s. Simmentals aren't color-restricted. They're fast-growing, milk-producing, and big.


This authentically American breed was created by natural selection and environmental adaptation from the first cattle transported to North America 500 years ago.

Texas longhorn

Watusi bulls' small calves are suitable for breeding first-calf heifers and other smaller breeds. They like heat. Their large horns cool and return blood to the body, cooling them.


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