Black Angus cattle

Black Angus cattle:

see Angus cattleAngus cattle
, breed of black polled (hornless) beef cattle, originated in Scotland and introduced in 1873 to the United States, where they have become well established.
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Dan Atkisson, farms with his father and his wife, Amanda, where they grow sorghum, wheat, and forages to support herds of commercial and registered black Angus cattle.
Yarrow Creek Ranch farmers Dennis and Linda, for instance, who breed red and black angus cattle, explained during a tour of their farm in Alberta, Canada, that after making sure that their cattle have good genetics, they seek to raise the cattle in the best environment-a picturesque natural park with a creek and acres of land to graze on.
Now, though officially retired, he enjoys the occasional shop experience as a holiday relief in addition to helping manage a free range herd of Little Black Angus cattle.
In 1947, Marion Campbell, whose father owned the Atlantic Monthly, purchased the farm with the intention of breeding Black Angus cattle.
After calculating the appropriate stocking rate, Waldron and his partners stocked each site mainly with Black Angus cattle and ran field trials in 2007 and 2008.
Heritage Pride raises its Black Angus cattle traditionally in the Midwest and finishes them on local grains for superior flavor and tenderness.
On an 88,000-acre ranch, hormone- and pesticide-free Black Angus cattle graze in a pristine, humane, and sustainable environment.
She and her significant other, Kevin--with assistance from six working livestock dogs--run a commercial Black Angus cattle ranch, where the closest neighbor is nearly 10 miles away.
The line, which launches that weekend, is called Naked Beef because it is sourced from 100 percent Black Angus cattle that have received no hormones, antibiotics, or steroids, and are fed only on grass and grain, said the grocer.
Creekstone Farms manager Kevin Pentz said he does not anticipate the team finding any problems at Creekstone, which he said slaughters only source-verified, premium Black Angus cattle less than 24 months of age.
Introducing La Cense Beef[R], a natural, grass-fed and grass-finished beef produced from select Black Angus cattle raised on the pastures of the La Cense ranch in Dillon, Montana.
As it stands now, 80 Brangus heifers will come from the Strickland Ranch in Manatee County, 80 Brafords from the Adams Ranch in Fort Pierce, 50 Black Angus cattle from the Baldwin Ranch in Ocala, 81 Beef Masters from other Florida ranches and three bulls from each breed.