The Aberdeen Angus is a small (the cow weighs 450 to 550 kg) beef cattle breed developed in Scotland which plays a dominant role in a lot
of countries these days. Although ist dominant colour is black, red colour has always benn present as recessive trait.
Some North American breeders realized the value of the red cattle such as greater heat tolerance and balanced performance, and began to
develop stocks from the red cattle of the best Aberdeen Angus breeding units in North America. In 1954, the Red Angus Association of
America was founded, and began registration of this breed.
The Angus Breed is tame, obedient, and easy to manage, has excellent material features, and utilizes feed very well. Being the early mature type,
it can be involved in breeding at the age of 13 to 15 months already; it calves easly, and adapst to any environment. It does not demand much care,
its keeping is economical, and it utilizes the grassland well. It is genetically hornless, and this feature is inherited with high probability.
The marbling of its meat is outstanding, and the high proportion of meat is characteristic feature of this breed.