Dairy cattle registration papers look confusing, and sometimes have a lot of numbers on them, but they aren’t so hard to understand once you know what information goes where.
With origins dating back roughly 2,000 years to Europe, Holstein cows are widely celebrated for their impressive milk production.
From the unique marbling of the beef to the limited export market, Japanese Wagyu cattle have sparked intrigue and a growing following in the U.S.
Black Angus is the most common breed in the United States, but this article explains why they are so popular.
With more than 70 recognized cattle breeds in the U.S., it can be hard to identify each one. Here are 10 of the most popular breeds.