United States Native cattle breed

Africangus

Africangus is a breed of beef cattle that originated in the United States of America in the 1950s. This breed is a composite of Africander and Aberdeen Angus.

Aleutian wild cattle

Aleutian wild cattle are feral wild cattle found on the Alaskan Aleutian islands. Several attempts have been made to round up these cattle for ranching. In 1985–6 the cattle on the Shumagin Islands were eliminated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, but they still remained on Umnak Island and Chirikof Island

American cattle

The American is a breed of cattle originating in the United States and known for its heritage as an American Bison hybrid. It was developed in the 1950s by a New Mexico rancher looking for beef cattle which could survive on poor fodder in the arid Southwest.American White Park

American White Park

The White Park is a rare breed of ancient horned cattle primarily residing in Great Britain. Two similar semi-feral populations, the Chillingham Wild Cattle in Northumbria and the Vaynol cattle from Gwynedd in North Wales, have a separate breed status.

Amerifax

Amerifax is a breed of beef cattle, developed in the US in the 1970s. This breed is a combination of Angus and Beef Friesian.

Corriente

Corriente cattle are a breed of Criollo cattle descended from Spanish animals brought to the Americas as early as 1493. They are primarily used today as sport cattle for rodeo events such as team roping and bulldogging

Florida Cracker cattle

The Florida Cracker and other breeds which developed under these conditions are called criollo cattle, which means “of European origin but born in the New World.” The Florida Cracker breed was shaped primarily by natural selection in an environment that is generally hostile to cattle.

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Hawaiian wild cattle

The Hawaiian wild cattle are a feral breed of domestic cattle introduced at the end of 18th century. Thousands of them are still freely roaming forested areas on the Island of Haw

Hybrid master

The Hybridmaster is a new breed of cattle. The genetic makeup of Hybridmaster cattle is approximately 50% Angus cattle, 25% Brown Swiss cattle, 6.25% Brahman cattle, 6.25% Simmental cattle, 6.25% wild Southeast Asian gaur, and 6.25% wild North American bison.List of United States cattle breeds

Miniature Texas Longhorn

Miniature Texas Longhorns are purebred, registered Texas Longhorns that have been “downsized” by selectively breeding the smallest Texas Longhorns together over time.

Miniature Zebu

The Miniature Zebu is a modern American breed of zebuine miniature cattle. A breed association was established in 1991

North American Piedmontese

North American Piedmontese cattle are a breed of domestic beef cattle originating from an imported herd of select Italian purebred Piedmontese cattle. The foundation line of breeding stock was first imported from Italy into Canada in 1979, and into the United States in the early 1980s.

Pineywoods cattle

Pineywoods cattle are a rare-breed landrace of cattle that are descended from the original Spanish stock left along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Alabama by the Spanish explorers in the early 16th century

Randall cattle

Randall Cattle are a critically endangered American Cattle breed. This cattle breed originated in Sunderland, Vermont

Red Angus

The Red Angus is a breed of reddish-brown-coloured beef cattle. It derives from the population of Aberdeen Angus cattle and, apart from the coat colour, is identical to it. Red Angus are registered separately from black Angus cattle in Australia, Canada, and the United States.

Santa Gertrudis cattle

Santa Gertrudis cattle are a tropical beef breed of cattle developed in southern Texas on the King Ranch. They were named for the Spanish land grant where Captain Richard King originally established the King Ranch.

Senepol

The Senepol breed of beef cattle was developed on the Caribbean Island of St. Croix. It has long been thought that Senepol originated from crosses between N’Dama cattle, imported in the late 19th century, and Red Poll cattle, but it is actually an admixed breed between a European taurina zebu.

Texas Longhorn

The Texas Longhorn is a breed of cattle known for its characteristic horns, which can extend to over 1.8 m tip to tip for bulls, and up to 100 in tip to tip for steers and exceptional cows. The longhorn with the longest recorded horn total horn length marks in at 129.5 in and belongs to longhorn M Arrow Cha-Ching.

Waguli

Waguli cattle are a breed of cattle used in beef production. The Waguli were developed at the University of Arizona at the V-V Ranch outside Campe Verde, AZ. The breed is a resulting cross of the Tuli (a ZimbabweanSanga breed) and the Wagyu (a Japanese taurus breed).

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