About British White Cattle
British White are naturally-polled Cattle related to the
ancient indigenous white cattle of Great Britain known today as White Park
Cattle. They are white with distinctive black (or occasionally red) points –
ears, nose and lower legs. Also sometimes they have color spots in their coat.
British White Cattle are historically regarded as a dairy
breed, although some lines were dual-purpose in the past; today they are almost
entirely bred for beef.
Source: New Zealand Rare Breeds (www.RareBreeds.co.nz/ )