CATTLE

AFRIKANER
ANGUS
ANKOLE
BEEFALO
BEEFMASTER
BELGIAN BLUE
BELTED GALLOWAY
BLONDE D'AQUI
BONSMARA
BORAN
BRAFORD
BRAHMAN
BRANGUS
BRAUNVIEH
BRITISH WHITE
BUELINGO
CHAROLAIS
CHIANGUS
CHIANINA
COMMERCIAL
CORRIENTE
DEVON
DEXTER
GALLOWAY
GELBVIEH
GIR
HEREFORD
HYBRIDMASTER

SANTA GERTRUDIS

Santa Gertrudis were developed on King Ranch to function in hot, humid, and unfavorable environments.

The Santa Gertrudis was developed by crossing Indian Brahman cattle with British Shorthorns

. In 1920, years of experimentation culminated with the birth of Monkey, a deep red bull calf. Monkey became the foundation sire for not just a superior line of cattle, but an entirely new breed. In 1940, Santa Gertrudis was recognized by the U.S. Department of

Agriculture as the first beef breed developed in the United States.  Even today Santa Gertrudis are referred to as America's original beef breed. 

Santa Gertrudis cattle are approximately five-eighths Shorthorn and three-eighths Brahman.

They are a deep cherry-red color with a relatively high degree of both heat and tick resistance. Santa Gertrudis females are known for their exceptional maternal traits. 

Their characteristics include ease of calving, good mothering ability and abundant milk supply. 

BREEDS

HIGHLAND
KASHIVI/ KAVANGO
LIMOUSIN
MAINE ANJOU
MARCHIGIANA
MINIATURE
MURRAY GREY
NGUNI
NORMANDE
PIEDMONTESE
PINZGAUER
POLLED HEREFORD
RED ANGUS
RED BRANGUS
RED POLL
ROMAGNOLA
SALERS
SANTA GERTRUDIS
SENEPOL
SHORTHORN
SIMBRAH
SIMMENTAL
SOUTH DEVON
TARENTAISE
TEXAS LONGHORN
TULI
WAGYU
WATUSI
ZEBU