Maine-Anjou

Maine-Anjou

red, red-and-white, or red-roan dual-purpose cattle originating in northern France.
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Maine-Anjou Show, followed by MaineTainers Show 8 a.
Sevens included Ayrshire, Brown Swiss, Maine-Anjou and Holstein (all dairy breeds) plus Devon, Hays Converter, Simmental, South Devon, Beefmaster, Brangus, Angus, Charolais, Galloway, Murray Grey, Red Angus, Scottish Highland and Shorthorn.
In June, the six-day National Junior Maine-Anjou Cattle Show drew 2,000 from 24 states and a Canadian province.
She then leads the tour from the small animal pens down into cattle barns where breeds bear such exotic names as Gelbvieh, Tarentaise, and Maine-Anjou.
The following are their combined score/optimum slaughter weight: Angus -- 29/950, Ayrshire -- 26/900, Beefmaster -- 27/1,150, Bradford -- 28/1,150, Brahman -- 42/1,150, Brangus -- 29/1,050, Brown Swiss - 25/1,200, Charbray -- 36/1,250, Charolais -- 34/1,250, Devon -- 28/1,050, Galloway -- 30/950, Guernsey -- 29/900, Hays Converter -- 26/1,150, Hereford -- 33/1,050, Holstein -- 22/1,200, Jersey -- 28/850, Limousin -- 28/1,200, Maine-Anjou -- 28/1,250, Milking Shorthorn -- 35/950, Red Angus -- 29/950, Red Poll -- 30/950, Santa Gertrudis -- 34/1,150, Scotch Highland -- 31/900, Simmental -- 24/1,250, Shorthorn -- 34/950 and South Devon -- 28/1,150.