Origin: England and America
Latin Name: Bos primigenius
Habitat: Captive bred on Agricultural holdings.
Diet: Grass, hay, silage and concentrate feed.
Lifespan: Up to 25 years
Average Size: Weight: Up to 1,000 kg, Height: Up to 150 cm
The English Longhorn is a beef breed originating from Craven in the North of England. They have a white patch along the line of their spine and under their belly, with a distinctive brown and white coloured coat. They have curved horns that tend to grow down around the face.
Fact: The Texan Longhorn comes in a variety of colours with its long horns curved upwards away from their face.