The Red Angus breed has the exact same origins of the Aberdeen Angus. Originally it was brought in by the Vikings from Europe and introduced to England and Scotland, these cattle were small, dun-coloured and polled.
The new breed of cattle were then interbred with the local black horned Celtic cattle of Scotland . . . → Read More: Red Angus Cattle Breed
Crossbreeding is an effective method of improving efficiency of production in commercial cow-calf herds. However, commercial cattle producers should study crossbreeding systems and evaluate them before deciding which one is suitable for their environment and resources. Criteria for Evaluating Crossbreeding Systems outlines basic properties of crossbreeding systems to keep in mind when considering a . . . → Read More: Crossbreeding and Rotational Systems for Beef Production