In 1987, the need for a more market acceptable beef animal at King Ranch, Texas, was the topic of conversation from the working pens to the board room. Top producers in the beef and livestock industry were brought in to aid in the project. Educators from the major agricultural universities across the United . . . → Read More: Santa Cruz Cattle Breed
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
Red and Black Angus
The Aberdeen Angus breed (or Angus as it is known internationally) was developed in the early part of the 19th Century from the polled and predominantly black cattle of North east Scotland known locally as “doddies” and “hummlies”. As with other breeds of cattle and sheep in Britain, . . . → Read More: Aberdeen Angus Cattle