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Polled Herefords were developed from the horned Hereford breed which was founded in the mid-18th century by the farmers of Hereford County, England. Among the horned Herefords an occasional calf would be born which did not develop horns. These cattle soon came to be called "polled," which means naturally hornless.  

Polled Hereford are medium framed cattle with distinctive red body color with the head and front of the neck, the brisket, underside, and switch in white. They have well developed fore-quarters, a deep brisket, broad head and stocky legs. Polled Herefords are generally docile and fast growing cattle with good beef quality. Today the Polled Hereford registry is combined with the American Hereford Association.

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