The Sanga breed from which Tuli originate from evolved several thousand years ago in Africa. It is thought that the breed was the result of natural mixing of indigenous cattle with the Zebu cattle, which were herded through the continent by nomads during the first Arab invasion.
They have most likely existed . . . → Read More: Tuli Cattle Breed
The Texas Longhorn was fashioned entirely by nature in North America. Stemming from ancestors that were the first cattle to set foot on American soil almost 500 years ago, it became the sound end product of “survival of the fittest”. Shaped by a combination of natural selection and adaptation to the environment, the . . . → Read More: Texas Longhorn Cattle Breed
The Tarentaise originated in the rugged Savoie region of France, in the Tarentaise Valley in the French Alpine mountains (in 1859). This breed is considered to have experienced less mixing with other breeds in the last 100 years than with most French breeds.
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Described at the Norman invasion of England in 1066, Sussex Cattle are indeed an ancient breed.
It is said that the Sussex is descended from the horned “red cows” once found throughout much of southern England, inhabiting the dense forests of the Weald land of Sussex and Kent. In its original form one . . . → Read More: Sussex Cattle Breed
The breed Square Meaters is a new breed from Australia that was created in the 1990′s by Rick Pisaturo. Pisaturo was an experienced cattleman that researched and developed a breed of cattle that satisfied the domestic export trade in Australia.
The aim was to have cattle that would consistently produce a 260 to . . . → Read More: Square Meaters Cattle Breed
In 1937 Mary Lindsay, daughter of a beef farmer of Greenstreet Northern Saskatchewan, Canada, spotted a uniquely coloured speckled red roan heifer in her fathers herd. The unique colour pattern impressed her and she subsequently bought the heifer from her dad.
She found regardless of the breed of sire she bred the . . . → Read More: Speckle Park Cattle Breed