The Angus cows are a beef cows breed that is increased for beef production. By crossing Aberdeen Angus cows with native cattle 21, the strain was developed in the 1950s in Germany. These native strains comprise German Black Pied Cattle Fleckvieh and Gelbvieh. The strain has weight benefits and is thicker and larger than the breeds.
The main goal of this choice was supposed to create a fantastic character, a hornless sized and meat with milk yields, and fat content compared to Angus cows that are pure.
The Angus cows breed can be listed as 2002 in 1 stud publication, also was merged in Germany. For additional refinement of this strain, the Angus cows continue to be imported from the USA. The strain can be known by a few other titles Deutsche Angus, like Deutsches-Angus-Fleischrind. Read more details regarding the strain.
Angus cows are moderate. They are occasionally, dark brown, reddish or yellow-grey from coloration and black.
The height of these cows differs from 125 to 140 cm, along with the bull height change by 135 to 150 cm). The cows on a burden between 600 and 700 kg. And typical bodyweight of the bulls ranges from 950 to 1200 kg.
German Angus Cattle Advantages
The Angus cows are a beef cattle breed. They are used for beef production.
Angus cows are creatures. They are well-known for their great and calving temperament. They are great for quality beef manufacturing and serve as a beef cattle breed.
The breed is used for management and meat suckling. The cows are also great for milk production plus they create milk for their throats.
German Angus Cattle Breed Information
|Breed Name||German Angus|
|Other Name||Deutsches-Angus-Fleischrind, Deutsche Angus|
|Breed Purpose||Mainly meat|
|Special Notes||Very hardy, active, well adapted to native climates, pretty good milkers, grow relatively faster, good quality meat|
|Breed Size||Medium to large|
|Climate Tolerance||Native climates|
|Coat Color||Generally black, dark brown, red or yellow-grey and sometimes with white markings|
|Country/Place of Origin||Germany|