Our Cattle Breeds

We take pride in the health of all of our Cattle.
We de-horn all animals and our cattle are guaranteed healthy at time of purchase.

Brahman cattle

The Brahman is an American breed of zebuine-taurine hybrid beef cattle. The Brahman is mainly used for breeding and the meat industry. It has been crossbred extensively with Bos taurus (European) beef breeds of cattle. It has been used to develop numerous other U.S. beef breeds including Brangus, Beefmaster, Simbrah and Santa Gertrudis.

Simmental Cattle

The Simmental or Swiss Fleckvieh is a Swiss breed of dual-purpose cattle. The Simmental has historically been used for dairy and beef, and as draught animals. They are particularly renowned for the rapid growth of their young, if given sufficient feed. Simmentals provide more combined weaning gain (growth) and milk yield than any other breed

Aberdeen Angus Cattle

The Aberdeen Angus, sometimes simply Angus, is a Scottish breed of small beef cattle. Angus are renowned as a carcass breed. They are used widely in crossbreeding to improve carcass quality and milking ability. Angus females calve easily and have good calf rearing ability. They are also used as a genetic dehorner as the polled gene is passed on as a dominant characteristic.

Holstein Friesian

The Holstein Friesian is an international breed or group of breeds of dairy cattle. It originated in the Dutch provinces of North Holland and Friesland and in Schleswig-Holstein in northern Germany. It is the dominant breed in industrial dairy farming worldwide, and is found in more than 160 countries.

Hereford cattle

The Hereford is a British breed of beef cattle originally from Herefordshire in the West Midlands of England. It has spread to many countries.

American Angus cattle

Angus are moderate-sized, muscular animals, renowned as a carcase breed. They are used widely in crossbreeding to improve carcase quality and milking ability. Angus is a preferred breed for the Japanese high-quality beef market because of their propensity to marble, their white fat and bright-red lean meat.

Limousin Cattle

The Limousin, French: Limousine, is a French breed of beef cattle from the Limousin and Marche regions of France. It was formerly used mainly as a draught animal, but in modern times is reared for beef. The reputation of Limousin as meat animals was firmly established. Today, Limousin cattle are still referred to as the “butcher’s animal” in Fra

Belgian Blue Cattle

The Belgian Blue is a breed of beef cattle from Belgium. It may also be known as the Race de la Moyenne et Haute Belgique, or dikbil. Belgian Blue Beef outclasses all other beef breed in carcass yield (up to 80%). When used in crossbreeding programs of other dairy or beef breeds, it increases carcass yield from 5 to 7 % compared to the maternal line.

Brown Swiss Cattle

The Brown Swiss or American Brown Swiss is an American breed of dairy cattle. The fat to protein ratio in Brown Swiss milk is ideal for cheese, thus making them one of the most popular breeds around the world for cheese making. The average Brown Swiss cow will produce over 22,000 pounds of milk, or about 2,600 gallons of milk, during one lactation.

Gelbvieh Cattle

Gelbvieh is a cattle breed originating in several Franconian districts of Bavaria, Germany. Gelbvieh cows are regarded as being very fertile. They generally produce high weaning weights — usually more than 200 kg at 7 months — and the yearling rates are normally better than 300 kg. Gelbvieh cattle are a lean breed.

Australian Lowline Cattle

The Australian Lowline is a modern Australian breed of small, polled beef cattle.. Lowline are extremely efficient grass feeders and can even be finished on grass. They exhibit rapid early growth. Carcasses yield high, with reduced fat but greater marbling. Cuts are smaller which is attractive to the health conscious consumer.

Gyr Cattle

The Gir animals are famous for their tolerance to stress conditions and resistance to various tropical diseases. Bullocks of this breed are used to drag heavy loads on all kinds of soil. Brazil, Mexico, USA and Venezuela have imported these animals where they are being bred successfully.

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