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Cattle breeds exported by our company

Crossbreed Simmental / Fleckvieh cattle

Simmental colour varies from gold to red with white, and may be evenly distributed or clearly defined in patches on a white background and the head is white and often a white band appears over the shoulders.

The majority have pigment around the eyes, helping to reduce eye problems which occur from bright sunlight.

They have a large frame with good muscling with cows at approximately 135-150cm tall and the bulls at 150-160cm. Their weight can vary on the use of their use but cows can weigh around 700-900 Kgs and bulls 1300 Kgs.


  • High, long term fertility
  • Longevity
  • Calving ease
  • Short intervals between calving
  • Excellent mothering ability
  • Good grazing ability
  • Early maturity
  • Good growth rates
  • Easy to handle
  • Feed conversion and efficiency
  • Uniformity in type & colour

Crossbreed Braunvieh cattle

Braunvieh are various shades of brown, predominately mousy brown, but ranging from light brown with gray to very dark brown. The border of the muzzle is very light, as is the poll, and often a lighter colored dorsal stripe is seen. The udder and inside of the legs and underline also being the lighter shade. A darker, smokier shading is often evident around the shoulders and neck compared to the rest of the body. The switch of the tail is dark brown to black. The skin is pigmented, the muzzle is black, and the hooves are dark and very hard.

Body weights range from 540 to 675 Kgs for adult females and 945 to 1125 Kgs for adult males. Steers at optimum slaughter weight are 495 Kgs at 13 months of age.


  • Excellent milking abilities
  • Meat quality
  • Short intervals between calving
  • Excellent mothering ability
  • Good grazing ability
  • Easy to handle
  • Early maturity

Crossbreed Blanc Bleu Belge cattle

The Belgian Blue is a large sized animal with rounded outline and prominent muscles. The shoulder, back, loin and rump are heavily muscled. The back is straight, rump is sloping, tail set is prominent and skin is fine. It has fine but strong legs and walks easily.

Their colour can range from white, blue roan, black or a combination of them, the colour red is present in some genotypes.

The breed is known for its quiet temperament.

The weight of an adult bull ranges from 1100 and 1250kg for a height at the withers of 1.45m to 1.50m. It is by no means rare to see animals of more than 1300kg. Cows can reach a weight of 850 to 900kg and can exceed 1.40m. The muscle is a natural development for the breed.

They are not born with that extreme muscle, but start developing that muscle at 4 to 6 weeks old. Belgian Blue Beef is famous for its impressive muscling which is commonly referred to as "double muscling". Belgian Blue Beef outclasses all other beef breed in carcass yield (up to 80%).

When used in crossbreeding programs of other dairy or beef breeds, it increases carcass yield from 5 to 7 % compared to the maternal line.


  • Ease of Calving
  • Short gestation period
  • Good mobility and structure
  • Excellent temperament
  • Hyper-developed muscling
  • High degree of conformity
  • Precocity, good size
  • Capacity for young meat development
  • High food efficiency for fattening
  • Facility for cross-breed calving

Crossbreed Limousin cattle

The Limousin is large, fine and has a strong boned frame. Mature Limousin females should average 650 Kgs and mature males 1000 Kgs. The head is small and short with a broad forehead, and the neck is short with a broad muzzle.

Coat colour is golden-red and a lighter colour under the stomach, inside the thighs, around the eyes and muzzle, and around the anus and end of the tail.

The skin is free of pigmentation. Limousins with black genetics show a variation in colour. Calves can be light fawn or brown in colour graduating through different ages to a deep black at a fully mature age.

Mature black animals can often display black coats fully tinged with brown hairs.

Horns are yellow at the base and darken towards the tips; they are at first horizontal, then curve forwards and upwards.


  • Early maturing breed
  • High production of meat
  • Low production of fat and bone
  • Excellent productivity at low cost
  • Profitable converter of all feeds
  • High degree of conformity
  • High food efficiency for fattening
  • Ease of calving

Crossbreed Charolais cattle

The typical Charolais is white in colour with a pink muzzle and pale hooves, horned, long bodied, and good milkers with a general coarseness to the animal not being uncommon. There are now Charolais cattle being bred black and red in colour.

Charolais are medium to large framed beef cattle with a very deep and broad body. They have a short, broad head and heavily muscled loins and haunches. Charolais have demonstrated growth ability, efficient feedlot gains and in carcass cut-out values. With excellent meat conformation, especially of the valuable parts and relative late maturity they are well suited to fattening for high finished weight. They are well suited to all purpose cross breeding.

Charolais cattle are large with mature bulls weighing from 1000 to well over 1200 Kgs and cows weigh from 600 to over 750 Kgs.


  • Charolais are good for growth and uniformity;
  • They have superior natural liveweight gain for age;
  • Tremendous muscling and conformity;
  • Easy to manage in terms of temperament;
  • Ease of calving;
  • The ability to fit into any system - grass based or intensive;
  • Charolais delivers a distinct colour code, which means Charolais cross calves have dominant colour markings which provides a guarantee of their parentage;

Crossbreed Angus cattle

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. Angus are renowned as a carcass breed.

They are used widely in crossbreeding to improve carcass quality and milking ability. Angus females calve easily and have good calf rearing ability. They are also used as a genetic dehorner as the polled gene is passed on as a dominant characteristic.

Mature Angus bulls weighing from 950 to well over 1150 Kgs and cows weigh from 500 to over 700 Kgs.


  • Calving ease and vigourous, live calves;
  • The Angus cow is renowned for her maternal traits;
  • Early maturity, fertility and stayability;
  • Naturally polled - No dehorning is required;
  • No cancer eye or sunburned udders;
  • Adaptable to all weather conditions;
  • Superior feed conversion;
  • Natural marbling for tasty, tender beef;


557151 Apoldu de Sus, DN 1, FN
County Sibiu – Romania
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