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The Life of the Maine-Anjou
Transcript of The Life of the Maine-Anjou
Maine Anjou By Allison Railsback Came to Canada
in 1969. Large Size
Better Gain Rates to Feed Rations
Quick and Easy Fattening Abilities
Unstressed in Feedlots
High Cutability & Marbaling
Feed Efficient "Black Gold" Known to have larger calves and have calving troubles. Great Feedlot Calf "This is a breed which can add value to all segments of the beef industry from the cow-calf producer to the finishing phase and to the packer." -Rick Carlson Came to U.S. through AI. Tempers and doesn't like
to change feed! Great Crosses Great Show Calf Originated from
northwestern France in 1839. First known as
the Mancelle breed. Milk and
Meat producers. Market Heifer at 850: $1.385/lb.
Steer at 850: $1.44/lb.
Fat Steer: $1.24/lb.
Show Calves: $2,000+ 19th Century: Light Red Coat
with White Spots Main Tainer Breed Great Steak!! Original Maine-Anjou Main Tainer- Nitro Works Cited "Maine-Anjou." Breeds of Livestock. OSU, n.d. Web. 05 Dec. 2012. <http://ansi.okstate.edu/breeds/cattle/maineanjou/index.htm>. "Maine Anjou Cattle." Maine Anjou Cattle. Cattle.com, n.d. Web. 05 Dec. 2012.
<http://www.cattle.com/articles/title/Maine Anjou Cattle.aspx>. Hard Core Cowan's Ali