Dexter Cattle

Dexter Cattle

A fast-growing beef breed, Dexters are a naturally small breed; their size and temperament make Dexters nice to have around the farm.

Dutch Belted Cattle

Dutch Belted Cattle

This now-rare breed, the milk-producing Dutch-Belted is distinguished by the wide, white belt around its middle.

Florida Cracker Cattle

Florida Cracker Cattle

The Florida Cracker and Pineywoods have a rich history–and can serve a small farmer as a hardy, efficient beef, milk or draft cattle choice.

Galloway Cattle

Galloway Cattle

The striking Galloway is a quintessential hardy, Northern breed that adapt well to Southern climates. Consider them for your beef or milk production purposes, especially in a grass-fed setting.

American Water Buffalo

American Water Buffalo

American water buffalo are mixtures of riverine and swamp buffalo that serve their owners well as oxen, as well as milk producers for highly esteemed dairy products.

Angus Cattle

Angus Cattle

Noted for their fast weight gain and well-marbled meat, Angus cattle first came to the United States from Scotland.

Ankole-Watusi Cow

Ankole-Watusi Cattle

Medium-sized, long-horned Ankole-Watusi, produced high-fat milk; breeders may add them to the herd to dairy herds to boost the butter-fat levels.

Ayrshire Cattle

Ayrshire Cattle

Originating in Scotland, milk-producing Ayrshires are striking cows with mottled, reddish-brown patches set against a white background.

Brown Swiss Cattle

Brown Swiss Cattle

Hardy, good grazing Brown Swiss produces plenty of milk, especially liked by cheese makers.

Belted Galloway Cattle

Belted Galloway Cattle

Similar to the Galloway, the Belted Gallowy is distinguished by its striking “Oreo” pattern. They’re an excellent meat breed for cooler climates.