The Galloway is one of the world’s oldest breeds of beef cattle, named after the Galloway region in Scotland, where it originated.
It is now found in many parts of the world and often used as help in nature reserves to increase the diversity of the landscape by its very sophisticated way of grazing.
It’s a social, friendly animal that always lives in a herd.
Being very well adapted to living outdoors it requires little care and can adapt trouble free to extreme icy cold temperatures in winter.
Galloways do not need any human help with calving, must never be milked and find enough food all year long so that supplementary feeding is not necessary.
Dutch name : Galloway kalf
German name : Galloway Kalb
Latin name : Bos taurus