A rising demand for lean beef has created an ideal niche for the Texas Longhorn to fill.
The Tarentaise has proven its worth in beef crossbreeding, whether in conventional grain finishing or in a grass-based system.
The Simmental is a dual-purpose cattle breed tracing back to Switzerland of the Middle Ages. It is believed to be the result of a cross between native Swiss cattle and a large German breed brought to the area by nomads in the 5th century. For centuries Swiss farmers prized the Simmental for its strength, copious […]
Shorthorns have found niches in crossbreeding programs, and the milking type has won a place on grass-based dairy farms across the country.
Recent interest in grassfed beef and heritage livestock breeds has brought the Red Poll back to the attention of America.
Although still one of the most endangered cattle breeds in America, the Randall lives on.
With a long history of producing gourmet food, no wonder that France was the country of origin of cattle like the Normande.
The story of the traditional Lineback is essentially the story of the American melting pot.
The Jersey is a favorite both as a family cow and as a breed for direct marketing and organic production
The purebred Holstein is exclusively a dairy breed and is primarily suited to large commercial operations.