Florida Cracker Cattle - These long horn cracker or scrub cattle are direct descendents of cattle first brought to America by Spanish Explorers. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
German Herens' cattle are small horned, male and female. They are an ancient cross breed of a type of Swiss cattle. They are used for their meat and their milk. The females are made to fight (as they are well known for their high aggresssion), so the cow fights are a well known tourist attraction. The heavy ball and collar weight the animal down, so they don't have the energy to run off very far-but can defend themselves and their calves, if necessary.
MaremmanerKuh cattle breed (Ancient autochthounos genotype ), are an ancient breed, originally from the Maremmana line. Originally, they were found in the S. Swamp areas of Tuscany, Italy, but now, raised principally in Grosseto, Rome and Vitorbo, Italy. They are bred for meat and a hardy breed.
Braunvieh is the beef line of Brown Swiss cattle, one of the oldest dairy breeds, originating in Switzerland. The Braunvieh breeders have long suffered under the shadow of their dairy counterparts, but have sales to South American markets equaling the demand for the Brown Swiss. The majority of the Braunvieh bloodlines in Canada are pure Braunvieh, in their breeding programs they have used imported semen from Switzerland and imported several bulls.
Red Poll cattle are red, preferably deep red with white only on the tail switch and udder. They are naturally polled (without horns). Red Poll cattle are mainly used as beef suckler cows, although a few dairy herds are found in England, as well as in the United States in the state of Texas. They are known for easy calving and successfully rearing a high proportion of their calves. They are sometimes used for conservation grazing.