German Angus Cattle

German Angus Cattle

German Angus Cattle

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The German Angus breed is a beef cattle breed that was bred in the 1950s in Germany by crossing Aberdeen Angus with different native German cattle breeds like German Black Pied Cattle, Gelbvieh, and Fleckvieh. The new breed is bigger and heavier than the original breed and has higher weight gains.

This breed is used for beef suckling and vegetation management. They are unicoloured black or red and always naturally polled. The breed is known by its easy calving and good nature.

In Germany the breed has been consolidated since 1990 and is recorded since 2002 in one stud book together with Aberdeen Angus. Angus cattle are still imported, mainly from the U.S.A., for further refinement.

Dimensions and weights

Cows: height: 125 - 140 cm, weight: 600 - 700 kgBulls: height: 135 - 150 cm, weight: 950 - 1,200 kg

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