The many varieties of cattle across the world give us different kinds of meat to eat. Here's a guide to the origin and products of specific cow types.
Of Scottish origin, Angus cattle are prized worldwide
for their well-marbled, meat-heavy carcasses.
A cross between a buffalo and any breed
A native of India, this breed has a distinctive
back hump and can handle hot weather.
A Swiss breedhow now, Brown Cow?
Braunvieh means "brown cattle."
A French breed from Charolles, grown
for meat, not dairy.
A product of central Italy.
Originated in Bavaria, in southern Germany
in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century.
Natives of England, this is a common
breed in the U.S., Argentina and Australia for meat production.
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