Posted on 01 September 2010
Braunvieh is a German word which translated into English means Brown Cow. Their hair is 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.
|Operation Descritpion:||Home of Fullblood, Purebred and Beef Builder Braunvieh and Registered Angus Cattle. We have some of the top genetics in both breeds available for sale.|
|Operation Descritpion:||In 1997 we bought our first fullblood Braunvieh female and we still have her. We also bought a Braunvieh bull to put on our commercial cows.|
|Operation Descritpion:||At Bagley Farms, our females are the foundation of our program. We have purchased some of the best polled females in the breed in the last few years. Additionally, we have an extensive embryo transfer program where we hope, that with planned matings, we can further develop the number of quality females in our herd.|
|Operation Descritpion:||We have a long history of producing high quality black and polled Braunvieh cattle.|