The Angus breed was developed, like so many others, in Scotland. Aberdeen and Angus Counties were home to several outstanding breeders and farmers who understood early on that selective breeding could improve the quality of a herd. It didn’t take long before the first Angus herd was transported to Kansas in 1873. Because of the difficult environment in which they were bred and raised, the cattle survived a rough winter and actually gained weight, so the qualities of the breed were immediately evident. 1200 more Angus cattle were imported, and by 1883, only ten years after the first one crossed the ocean, the American Aberdeen-Angus Breeder’s Association was formed.
Angus Bulls can grow up to 2000 pounds, which is actually on the smaller side for full-grown cattle. They are prized by farmers for the excellent quality of their meat, while their iconic color and recognizable physical traits make them popular among everyone else.
Scientific Name: Bos taurus
Characteristics: This Angus Bull displays the musculature and stockiness that make the beef breed famous. It’s ready to join the farm.
Size and Color: Coal black colors with light grey accents at the hooves and face give this Angus Bull an intense look and amazing realism. At 5 ¼ inches long, it’s a worthy size, about the length of a pop can.
The Angus Bull is part of the Safari Farm collection.
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