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German Angus are a beef cattle breed which are raised mainly for meat production. They were first developed in the 1950s in Germany by crossing Aberdeen Angus cattle with different native German cattle breeds. Those German native breeds include Fleckvieh, German Black Pied, and Gelbvieh cattle. The new breed has higher weight gains and is bigger and heavier than the original breeds. Main aim of the selection was to develop a hornless, good temperament, large sized and meat with lower fat content than pure Angus cattle, and high milk yields. The German Angus cattle breed has been consolidated since 1990 in Germany, and is recorded since 2002 in one stud book together with the Aberdeen Angus cattle. For further refinement of the breed, the Angus cattle are still imported mainly from the United States. The breed is also known by some other names such as Deutsches-Angus-Fleischrind, Deutsche Angus. Read more information about the breed below.  

German Angus cattle are medium to large sized animals which are always naturally polled. They are mainly black, dark brown, red or yellow-grey in coloration and sometimes with white markings. Average height of the cows vary from 125 to 140 cm, and the bull’s average height vary from 135 to 150 cm. The mature cows on average weight between 600 and 700 kg. And average live body weight of the mature bulls vary from 950 to 1200 kg.

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