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Transcript of Maine-Anjou

The Miane-Anjou originated in France.At the beginning of the 19th century, the cattle in this region were large, well-muscled animals with light red coats spotted with white. These cattle were known as he Mancelle breed...
History Continued....
In addition to their size and muscling, the Mancelle had a reputation for their easy fattening. Leclere -Thouin, an agriculturalist, wrote in 1843 that on the community pastures of the Auge Valley, the Mancelle...
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"were the last to be put onto the grass, but were the first to be picked out to go to the markets in the capital city".
Color: Red, white, and roan
Great for crossbreeding
White on belly and hind legs
Heavily muscled
Pros And Cons
Pros: good meat quality
heavy muscled
good milkers
great for crossbreeding

Cons: no cons, all good.
Maine-Anjou bull
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