Pinzgauer

Pinzgauer

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Name Sire TMI MI milk-kg fat-% prot.-% BI FIT Kp F Mu F&L U aAa
MOCK MAJOR 115 116 +524 0.00 +0.07 112 100 111 564132
REKORD RAMORAT 101 97 +364 -0.44 -0.15 98 109 102
KELTE KANDIS 91 97 -174 +0.05 +0.01 103 89 113
LUXUS LUCHS 88 89 -308 -0.18 0.00 97 97 94
RAUSCH RAUREIF 108 93 546132
REGENT RAT 105 106 465231
GRAL GERWIN 103 83 543621
FENDRICH FALL 102 94 435261
GERMANUS GERWIN 91 99 462531
FABIUS FIDELIO 100 654132
FANTAST FENDRICH 101 561423
GRAPHIT GAU 97 561423
MAKELLOS MORUS 98 435261

Breed characteristics

The Pinzgauer breed is of Austrian-Bavarian origin and its name comes from the Pinzgau region in Austria.

Color:

Pinzgauer cattle have a maroon coat with characteristically back and belly blazes as well as mainly continuous white stripes on the lower leg and forearm. The muzzle is unpigmented. They also show a clear maroon coat on the legs to the hock and pastern joint. The tail of the animals is white. A specialty is a black and white type.

Polled status:

Pinzgauer cattle can be horned and genetically polled. The yellow horns have black tips.

Body:

The medium-sized to framy cattle have a long and deep body with great muscularity. They move on medium-strong, correct feet and legs with dark, strong hooves.

Production traits:

The Pinzgauer cattle are robust with great adaptability. Excellent feet and legs, calving ease, outstanding meat quality and calm temperament of the animals have to be praised. Pinzgauer cattle are especially bred as beef cattle in suckler cow husbandry.

 

Bulls

Cows

Sacral bone height, cm

ca. 150

ca. 140

Weight, kg

ca. 1,100

ca. 700

 

 

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