Charolais cattle

Charolais
Vache de race charolaise avec son veau.jpg
Charolais cow and calf
Country of originFrance
DistributionWorld-wide
UseBeef
Traits
CoatWhite
Horn statusHorned
  • Cattle
  • Bos (primigenius) taurus
Embryo transferred Charolais calves with their Angus and Hereford recipient mothers.

The Charolais (French pronunciation: ​[ʃaʁɔlɛ]) is a breed of taurine beef cattle from the Charolais area surrounding Charolles, in Burgundy, in eastern France. Charolais are raised for meat; they may be crossed with other breeds, including Angus and Hereford cattle.

History

Outside France

The breed was introduced to the southern United States from Mexico in 1934. In 1965 it was introduced in the northern New England states from Canada.[1]

Other Languages
العربية: شاروليز
Deutsch: Charolais
español: Charolesa
Esperanto: Ĉarola
euskara: Xaroles
فارسی: شارولز
français: Charolaise
italiano: Charolaise
lietuvių: Šarolė
Nederlands: Charolais (rund)
norsk: Charolais
norsk nynorsk: Charolais
polski: Charolaise
português: Charolês
svenska: Charolais
українська: Шароле (порода)
Tiếng Việt: Bò Charolais
West-Vlams: Charolaiskoeie
粵語: 夏洛來牛
中文: 夏洛来牛