Durocs have considerable variation in color. An acceptable color may range from a very light golden, almost yellow color, to a very dark red that approaches mahogany. The red is a very practical color that suits pork producers, and since it is a solid color there is not concern about fancy points of proper markings. Durocs have a medium length and slight dish of the face. The ears should be drooping and should not be held erect
These hogs are black with a white belt that extends from one front leg, over the shoulder, and down the other front leg. They have erect ears and are popular for their lean, meaty carcasses
They exhibit a long, big frame and are white with erect ears
WHITE They have very large, floppy ears, are long-bodied
Solid white, these pigs have medium sized, droopy ears
White with black spot
Black with six white points (nose, tail, and legs), these hogs have erect ears and a short, dished snout
black faces and legs and wool on the legs and head
They are a large breed with a distinctive all-black head and legs that are free of
an all white sheep of medium size having good body length and muscle conformation to produce a desirable carcass
an alert, compact animal with a distinctive Roman-nose, bare face, prick ears and bulky fleece
medium to large in size, with dark faces and wool on the legs.
with a fine, dense wool of even colour, not black
have black hair and skin.
white to light straw in color.
Simmental color patterns vary from red and white spotted, to fawn or straw colored, to dark red, to black.
range in color from golden red to black. These large, muscular cattle
characteristics of these cattle are their horns, which usually curve upward and are sometimes tilted to the rear, their ears, which are generally large and pendulous, and the throatlatch and dewlap, which have a large amount of excess skin.
cattle can be red, white, or roan in color
brownish red in color with a white face, chest, underline, and switch
are white-faced, hornless, and relatively large in size and are prolific breeders.