Charolais

Sorting

Nom Père Dam's sire Tägl. Zun. 360 Tage Tägl. Zun. 200 Tage Poids à la naissance RZF % sécurité
Charolais
ALONZO ASTERIX Remplumer 107 42
ECHNATON P ENNO Pp Sir Tradition PP 47 98 88
ELITAIR P EPSOM Sir Tradition PP 40 103 94
EROS Pp EXCLUSIF Marengo Pp 1732 1515 51 98 52
FANDANGO BRA FAUNUS KMU Menard 1556 1475 110 48
HOLLICH Pp* HOT KING PP Elmar 42 104 89
INCOGNITO FARCEUR Valseur 52 86 86
LUCA Pp HICKS LEX INCOGNITO Pp
LUCKY Pp LEX P Suporter 373 1485 54 85 83
MALIK PP MARS PP Honk 1711 1666 46 103 68
MARKANT PP MARS PP Puma P
MENTOR Pp MARS PP HICKS LEX P
MERLIN PP* MARS PP OLAUS P 1497 43 105 56
MONTANA PS MAURICE Swepper Pp 45 100 87
MORRISON PP* MARS PP* BANJO Pp
SAM PP SEVERIN PP Trepidor 1578 1580 107 41
SPOLOR SAPEUR Gros
TANGO P TENOR Pp Benno 92 72

Breed characteristics

The breed in general

Charolais is a French cattle breed. The name originates from the region of Charolles, the Charolais.

Color:

Plain white to cream-colored fur. The muzzle, hooves and the horn are light.

Polled status:

Charolais cattle can be both horned and genetically polled.

Body:

The head of the framy cattle is relatively short and wide with a large muzzle. The neck and chest are broad, wide and deep and the carcase is harmonic, symmetrical, wide and long. Muscularity is strong and the animals have a low tendency to fat formation.

Production traits:

Charolais cattle are known for longevity and good fertility. Due to their calm temperament the animals are good herd animals and have good maternal attributes. In addition, they show the highest fattening performance and high basic forage intake capacity. Other characteristics of the animals are a high carcase yield and distinct muscularity with relatively low fat deposits on the carcase.

 

 

Bulls

Cows

Sacral bone height, cm

ca. 155

ca. 145

Weight, kg

ca. 1,250

ca. 850

 

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