The Black Angus descends from the Aberdeen Angus, also known as Angus, an ancient bovine breed raised for meat production all over the world. In particular, it can be found in small breeding farms in the United States (Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma, Arkansas).
The Black Angus is reared in a natural environment. It is characterized by its low height, compact and rounded trunk, considerately developed muscle mass.
Its high-quality meat is tender and has a strong and enduring flavour due to its feeding behaviors and the way it is bred.