Maine Anjou Cattle For Sale In All States

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Use the search bar above to navigate through the site and view the breeder listings of all sorts of different animals. On each page you'll find the complete contact information for each breeder including; website links, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses. Hopefully this will help you find exactly the right breeder as you search for the newest addition to your homestead!

Maine AnjouMaine 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.

We always strongly encourage you to thoroughly check out each animal breeder you are interested in purchasing from before you make your final decision. With over 25,000 different breeders listed on this website, it is impossible for us to be able to vouch for every one! And while we do our best to ensure only the top farmers are listed here, it's always best to double check yourself.

Maine Anjou Cattle For Sale In The USA

Breeder NameCityStatePhone
Hermosa Cattle Company Fayetteville 3 (479) 530-0497
Silva Cattle Kingsburg 4 (559) 897-0311
Saddle Iron Ranch Mesa 5 (970) 261-3016
Vickland Show Cattle Longmont 5 (303) 502-4819
Blind Badger Ranch Fort Morgan 5 (970) 313-7224
Eagle Butte Ranch Paonia 5 (970) 925-4614
Huwa Cattle Company Roggen 5 (970) 381-0060
Scarpa Ledge Farm Colchester 6 (860) 729-0570
Paulsen Cattle Preston 14 (563) 212-9944
Smith Cattle Company Estherville 14 (712) 362-3942
Braun Show Cattle Northwood 14 (641) 390-0383
B Good Livestock Company Cattle & Goats Creston 14 (641) 782-7473
Bar R Cattle Company New London 14 (319) 394-9733
Core Farms Pleasantville 14 (641) 891-9084
Moore Land & Cattle Jerseyville 12 (618) 410-3325
Jones Cattle Company Pontiac 12 (815) 228-7820
Krutmeier Cattle Liberty 12 (217) 242-0330
Line Show Cattle Seaton 12 (309) 337-8633
Goettemoeller Show Cattle Winchester 13 (937) 459-0209
Richey Cattle Plymouth 13 (574) 936-8394
Rockin L Ranch Leibenthal 15 (785) 432-1421
SMM Cattle Spring Hill 15 (816) 589-0568
Hewlett Farms Independence 15 (620) 330-4140
Parks Show Cattle Oxford 21 (248) 765-7844
Kaiser Cattle Maine-Anjou Mason 21 (517) 628-2231

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