(most common name in English)
(most common name):
• Angler Rotvieh
also named (English):
• Red Angeln
The Angeln belongs to the Lowland cattle of Germany group.
The Angeln is thought to have evolved from smaller cattle in what is now the Schleswig-Holstein state of northern Germany.
The oldest reports of dairy/beef uses for cattle on the peninsula of Angeln date back to the 17th century.
The Angeln is similar to the Danish Red.
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