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History of polled Aberdeen or Angus cattle

giving an account of the origin, improvement, and characteristics of the breed

by Macdonald, James

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Published by W. Blackwood and Sons in Edinburgh, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aberdeen-Angus cattle

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James Macdonald ... and James Sinclair ...
    ContributionsSinclair, James, 1853-1915, joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF199.A14 M2
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv p., 1 l., 459 p.
    Number of Pages459
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6543317M
    LC Control Number12012232
    OCLC/WorldCa2361605


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Full text of "History of polled Aberdeen or Angus cattle: giving an account of the origin, improvement, and characteristics of the breed" See other formats. Contact Details. 86 Glen Innes Road, Locked Armidale, NSW AUSTRALIA PH: 02 Fax: 02 [email protected] In a sharp contrast with today, just five breed-types are referenced in the codes: Aberdeen Angus, Devon, Hereford, Polled, and Shorthorn.

The fact that the code book comes from the period soon after WW II suggests there may have been a military connection in its development, in encrypting History of polled Aberdeen or Angus cattle book in such an elaborate and organised way.

Aberdeen Angus cattle are naturally polled and can be black or red in colour although black is the dominant colour, white may occasionally appear on the udder. They are resistant to harsh weather, undemanding, adaptable, good natured, mature extremely early and have a high carcass yield with nicely marbled meat.

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Macdonald, James, Sinclair, James, Type. Book. Material. Published material. Publication infoBook Edition: 1st Ed. The Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society is the regulator of Aberdeen-Angus cattle in the UK, ensuring the provenance, quality and progression of the breed.

The Society has been active sincefocusing on breeding quality bulls and cows that produce premium quality meat. History of polled Aberdeen or Angus cattle, giving an account of the origin, improvement, and characteristics of the breed by Macdonald, Pages: The American Angus Association.

The American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders' Association (name shortened in s to American Angus Association) was founded in Chicago, Illinois, on Novemwith 60 members.

The growth of the Association has paralleled the success of the Angus breed in America. History of polled Aberdeen or Angus cattle, giving an account of the origin, improvement, and characteristics of the breed, By. Macdonald, James, Sinclair, James, Type.

Book Material. Published material. Publication info. The first evidence in writing of Angus cattle is explained as follows in McDonald and Sinclair’s History of Aberdeen Angus Cattle. “ In the county of Aberdeenshire specific reference to the existence in of black polled or hummel cattle is found in a legal document this document confirms the impression previously formed that this race.

The Aberdeen-Angus breed was developed in the early part of the 19thC from the polled & predominantly Black Cattle of North East Scotland known locally as “Angus Doddies” & “Hummlies”. The earliest Families trace back to the middle of the 18thC but it was much later that the Herd Book () and the Society () were Founded.

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Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Full text of "History of Aberdeen-Angus cattle".

George Grant Memorial which commemorates the arrival of the first Aberdeen Angus cattle to America. Angus cattle first made it to America on May 17th, when George Grant imported four bulls to Victoria, Kansas. Grant brought his bulls to the Kansas State Fair where they received a lot of attention.

The polled black cattle were seen as. The Aberdeen-angus Herd Book, Volume 1 Paperback – Febru by Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society (Author), Polled Cattle Society (Creator)Author: Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society.

The polled cattle of North Eastern Scotland were first recorded on sculptured stones in the early Christian era. During the great social, industrial and farming changes in Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries Agrarian and Industrial Revolution's demand for. THE ORIGIN OF “ANGUS” Little is known of the exact early ori-gin of the cattle that would become the Aberdeen Angus breed.

Although some historians feel that polled cattle existed in Scotland before recorded history, most authorities feel that the early ancestors for the breed resulted from the inter-breeding of small, dun-colored hornlessFile Size: KB. These cattle, interbreeding with black native Celtic cattle of inland Scotland, which had upright horns, produced a naturally polled black breed.

Eric L.C. Pentecost, the noted English breeder of Red Angus cattle, offers a more specific and logical explanation for the introduction of the red colouration into the Aberdeen-Angus breed. This is a list of cattle herd books (breed registries) recognised as authoritative for their breed.

List. Breed Book Publisher Aberdeen-Angus: Aberdeen Angus Herd Book: Aberdeen Angus Cattle Society: Aberdeen-Angus: New Zealand Aberdeen-Angus Herd Book: New Zealand Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Breeders' Association: Aberdeen-Angus: Irish Angus Herd.

History of Angus. The History of Scottish Aberdeen Cattle Historians believe that polled cattle existed in Scotland before recorded history as the likeliness of such cattle has been found in prehistoric carvings in the counties of Aberdeen and Angus.

A hornless race of cattle has also been depicted in Egypt by sculpters and painters of civilisation. Sinclair, James, History of polled Aberdeen or Angus cattle, giving an account of the origin, improvement, and characteristics of the breed, (Edinburgh, London, W.

Blackwood and Sons, ), also by James Macdonald (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). History of Polled Aberdeen, or Angus Cattle: Giving an Account of the Origin, Improvement, and Characteristics of the Breed () by James MacDonald and James Sinclair (, Hardcover) Be the first to write a review About this product.

Origin. There are three distinct and well-defined breeds of polled cattle in the United Kingdom. These breeds are the Aberdeen-Angus, the Galloway, and the red polled Norfolk and Suffolk breed that is found in cattle apparently existed in Scotland before recorded history because the likeness of such cattle is found in prehistoric carvings of Aberdeen and Angus.

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Free shipping for many products. History of Polled Aberdeen or Angus Cattle - Giving an Account of the Origin, Improvement, and Characteristics of the Breed. James MacDonald and James Sinclair. William Blackwood and Sons Edinburgh and London Read Original. The History of the Aberdeenshire Shorthorn.

Published by the Aberdeen, Banff and Kincardine Shorthorn Breeders Assn. Bruce, Isabella As the title implies, this book details the history of the development and expansion of the "Scotch" or "Aberdeenshire type" Shorthorns.

The Beef Shorthorn in Australia. Eric L.C. Pentecost, a noted English breeder of Red Angus cattle, hypothesized that one source of red color was introduced into Aberdeen Angus cattle in the eighteenth century when the larger English Longhorns, predominantly red in color, were crossed with the smaller native polled cattle in order to provide for animals sufficiently large to be.

Angus, breed of black, polled beef cattle, for many years known as Aberdeen Angus, originating in northeastern Scotland. Its ancestry is obscure, though the breed appears closely related to the curly-coated Galloway, sometimes called the oldest breed in Britain.

The breed was improved and the present type of the cattle fixed early in the 19th. Angus cattle (Aberdeen Angus) are a breed of cattle commonly used in beef production.

The British White is a naturally polled British cattle breed, white with black or red points, used mainly for beef. It has a confirmed history dating back to the 17th century, and may be derived from similar cattle kept in parks for many centuries before.

Introduction of Angus Cattle: Angus is a breed of beef cattle, originating in northeastern Scotland. It is commonly used in beef production.

The Angus breed cattle are quite the popular choice in Ireland today, placing in the Top Three most common beef cattle breeds in the country. Another name of these cattle is Aberdeen Angus, the breed originates from Scotland in the regions of Angus. The Polled Aberdeen-Angus cattle are, as a rule, uniformly black, with an outer and undercoating of fine sleek hair, very soft and warm.

Sometimes there is a brownish streak along the spine, and this is frequently seen on well-bred cows of good individuality. History. The Aberdeen Angus breed is one of the most famous beef breeds and was developed originally in the early nineteenth century from the slow- maturing, black, horned cattle of Forfarshire (now the county of Angus) which were crossed with other breeds.

History of Aberdeen-Angus cattle, (London, Vinton & company, ltd., ), by James Macdonald and James Sinclair (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) The Aberdeen-Angus herd book. (Aberdeen, Scotland, ), by Aberdeen-Angus Cattle Society and Polled Cattle Society (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Aberdeen-Angus review.

William McCombie ( – 1 February ), was a leading Scottish cattle breeder and agriculturist; he was also known as "the grazier king" or the "king of graziers". Born at Home Farm, Tillyfour, Aberdeenshire, the home of his father, Charles McCombie, a farming cattle dealer with Highland roots.

He was the cousin of William McCombie of Cairnballoch, the founder .Aberdeen Angus The Aberdeen Angus breed (or Angus as it is known internationally) was developed in the early part of the 19 th Century from the polled and predominantly black cattle of North east Scotland known locally as "doddies" and "hummlies".

As with other breeds of cattle and sheep in Britain, establishment followed improvements in husbandry and transport.The Australian Lowline is a modern Australian breed of small, polled beef was the accidental result of a selective breeding experiment using black Aberdeen Angus cattle at the Agricultural Research Centre of the Department of Agriculture of New South Wales at Trangie.: 3 It is among the smallest breeds of cattle, but is not a dwarf breed.: xxviConservation status: FAO (): no data