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Maine Anjou cattle originated in Northwest France and were originally known as Durham-Mancelle cattle. Their name was officially switched to Maine-Anjou in 1909 to represent the Maine and Anjou river valleys. They are one of the larger cattle breeds, with bulls weighing between 2,200 – 3,500 pounds and cows averaging 1,500 – 1,900 pounds.
Maine Anjou is typically dark red with white spots on certain areas, such as the head, belly, hind legs and tail. To maximize their effectiveness for smaller farmers, they were originally considered dual purposed cattle with cows being used for milk production and bulls being fed for beef. Today however, they are considered primarily beef cattle.
Maine Anjou Cattle For Sale In Alabama
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