Black Angus

We think Black Angus steers yield more and taste better.  Black Angus cows and bulls were bred to produce a lot of meat as opposed to a Holstein cow, which was bred to produce lots of milk.  The first great herds of Angus beef cattle in America were built up by purchasing stock directly from Scotland. Twelve hundred cattle alone were imported, mostly to the Midwest, in a period of explosive growth between 1878 and 1883. Over the next quarter of a century these early owners, in turn, helped start other herds by breeding, showing, and selling their registered stock.  Black Angus steers tend to provide superior quality when it comes to tenderness and taste.

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