articles about cattle
An old indigenous breed native to Austria, the Carinthian Blondvieh breed once had less than 100 purebred specimens remaining, making it one of the world’s rarest breeds.
Photos: Who took home the silverware at the recent The Royal Ulster Premier Beef & Lamb Championships? - see the entire gallery here.
Cachena cattle are a triple-purpose, small breed of bovine native to Portugal, one of the world's smallest breeds. Read more about the breed below.
A domestic bovine breed native to France and used in the traditional sport of camarguaise bullfighting, The Camargue cattle breed are this week’s featured breed. Read all about them below.
A beef breed which originates in the French Pyrenees, the Gascon breed is primarily used for beef production and best known for their unique grey colour.
A multi-purpose breed raised for meat, milk and draught purposes, Gloucester cattle are also among the world’s rarest breeds with only 750 cows remaining. Read all about the breed below.
Formerly a multi-purpose breed with bulls weighing up to 1,200kgs, there are now only approximately 2,000 specimens remaining, making Glan cattle among the rarest in the world. Read all about the breed below.
A domestic breed of cattle hailing from Southern Italy, with origins unknown, the Podolica are a triple purpose breed raised for meat, milk and draught purposes. Read all about the breed below.