The German Angus cattle are a beef cows breed which is increased for meat production. The strain was developed in the 1950s in Germany by crossing Aberdeen Angus cattle with different German cattle breeds.
These German strains include German Black Pied Cattle, Fleckvieh, and Gelbvieh. The new strain has greater weight advantages and is larger and thicker than the initial breeds.
German Angus cattle breed information
German Angus cows are moderate. They are dark brown, black, red or yellow-grey in coloration and occasionally with white markings.
Average height of these cows differ from 125 to 140 cm, and the bull height change by 135 to 150 cm.
The mature cows weigh between 600 and 700 kg. And dwell bodyweight of the bulls vary from 950 to 1200 kg.
German Angus cattle benefits
The German Angus cows are a beef cattle breed. They are mostly used for meat production.
German Angus cows are hardy and all lovely animals. They are well-known for their simple calving and great temperament.
They are great for quality meat manufacturing, and are used as a beef cattle breed. The breed can be used for meat suckling and management. The cows are fairly great for milk production plus they make enough milk for their calves.
The main goal of Angus cattle was supposed to create a superior character a hornless, large-sized, and meat with fat content. Angus cows that are pure, and high milk yields.
The German Angus cattle breed has been merged in Germany since 1990, also can be listed as 2002 in one stud publication together with the Aberdeen Angus cows.
For additional refinement of the strain, the Angus cows continue to be imported from the USA. The breed is also known by several other titles Deutsche Angus, such as Deutsches-Angus-Fleischrind.