We have a bunch of Angus cattle. This breed is a Scottish breed of small beef cattle. It derives from cattle native to the counties of Aberdeenshire and Angus in north-eastern Scotland.

    The Angus is naturally polled and solid black or red, though the udder may be white. The native color is black, but more recently red colors have emerged. The United Kingdom registers both in the same herd book, but in the United States they are regarded as two separate breeds: Red Angus and Black Angus. Black Angus is the most common breed of beef cattle in the US, with 332,421 cattle registered in 2017. In 2014, the British Cattle Movement Service named Angus the UK’s most popular native beef breed, and the second most popular beef breed overall.

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    We have Black Pigs, Feeder Pigs, Red Wattle Hog. They are all great breeds of pigs.

    The Large Black is a long, deep-bodied pig, well known for its hardiness and suitability for extensive farming.
    A feeder pig is a young pig (only around 8 weeks old) which you purchase. When they are four to six months, they could reach their good size for meat.
    Red Wattle hogs are characterized by their red coat and distinctive wattles. They normally have 10 to 15 piglets per litter. They grow fast, forage well, and are hardy, mild-tempered, and resistant to disease.