the business breed
Aberdeen Angus from Angus County, Scotland
Aberdeen Angus, or simply Angus, is a breed of cattle that originated in Aberdeenshire and Angus counties of North East Scotland.
Angus cattle are naturally polled and solid black. In the United Kingdom they register both black and red Angus in the same registry, however, in the United States they have separate breed associations. Black Angus cattle are the most popular breed of cattle in the United States with over 20,000,000 registrations through 2021.
The main use of Angus cattle is for beef production and consumption. Their beef is marketed as superior due to the enhanced marbling. This popular taste and heavy promotion has led to a great demand in markets around the world. Angus cattle have been used in many different crossbreeding situations to reduce difficult calving and their dominant polled gene. Angus genetics have become the most dominant beef breed of cattle in the world
Coleman sire directory
Coleman Angus is a program with strict breeding philosophies for maternal genetics, fleshing ability, and phenotype. A program that continually keeps its customer in mind to produce genetics that will positively affect the bottom line. Coleman Angus is the home of some of the most respected A.I. Sires in the Angus breed.
Our bulls visually are heavy-muscled, sound-structured, and good-footed bulls that last in the toughest terrain areas in the United States. Our bulls have the finest maternal pedigrees and curve-bending performance in the most economical packages. We continue to use the basis of ratios within our own herd to push our genetic indicators in the right direction for both seedstock and commercial cattlemen. Our clients can breed with confidence to obtain the premiums on the rail and continue to build a cowherd for the future.