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Montbéliardes are daual purpose breeds:
The  are  milk and meat breeds, which are easily maintained under elementary conditions. The animals are red pied with white heads and short horns, and of dairy type.
e breed has spread to many countries and is becoming popular for crossing with Holsteins to give improved longevity and fertility.
Mature cows weigh 600 to 700 kg.  And mature bulls weigh 900 to 1,200 kg. The milk is particularly well suited to cheesemaking because of a high frequency of kappa casein BB variants,  giving higher yields of cheese. Being of less extreme dairy type than modern Holsteins, the cows have lower milk yields, but better longevity and fertility and lower cell counts in the milk, indicating lower mastitis incidence.

Milk poroduction:
The milk production of Montbéliard cow in 316 days is  7.000 kg with 3,90% fat and 3,40% protein. This production is realized on the basis of a simple diet, with lots of roughage (hay, grass silage and/or corn) and with simple supplementation of concentrates and/or crushed grain.
Limousin cattle are a breed of highly muscled beef cattle originating from the  Limousin  and Marche regions of France. The breed is known as Limousine  in France.They are naturally horned and have a distinctive lighter wheat to darker golden-red colouring, although international breeders have now bred polled (do not have horns) and black Limousins.
Limousins have become popular because of their low birth weights (ease of calving), higher than average dressing percentage (ratio of carcase to live weight) and yield (ratio of meat to carcase), high feed conversion efficiency, and their ability to produce lean, tender meat.
Over time, this race has evolved into a meat breed, which is simple to maintain. Today Limousins are widespread due to their rapid adaptation to different climates. Limousin is a large race. A cow can be 150 to 160 centimetres and a bull between 170 and 180. The bulls can weigh around 1200 kilo’s.
Growth rate:  
The data shows that the average growth per day for calves of 0-8 months ranges from 1000 to 1500 grams. In an intensive nutrition, an increase of 1500 grams per day is achievable after weaning.

Slaughter returns:
The % of meat at slaughter varies from 65-70%. Very remarkable is that the Limousin, because of its light bone structure, coupled with the best muscle, is capable of bringing the percentage of lean meat in the carcass to about 80%.



                                                      Breeding Cattle                               

Our MAFTA  Contor is active  in the export of breeding cattle and another live animals and food. Its office is located in Dusseldorf, Germany. With passion, responsibility, customer focus, professionalism, fair prices and compliance with statutory requirements, we provide the highest standard and the animal-friendly transport of live animals abroad. We deliver purebred Holstein cattle, Limousine and Charolais cattle of different levels of quality, weight and breeding.

                                                 Holstein Friesian  Heifer         
  Bildergebnis für holstein färsen  
Holstein Friesians  are a breed of cattle known today as the world's highest-production dairy cows. Originating in  Europe. Friesians were bred in what is now the Netherlands and more specifically in the two northern provinces of  North Holland Friesland, and  Northern Germany, more specifically what is now  Schlesweg-Holstein, Germany. The animals were the regional cattle of the Friesian and the Saaxons. The Dutch and German breeders bred and oversaw the development of the breed with the goal of obtaining animals that could best use grass, the area's most abundant resource. Over the centuries, the result was a high-producing, black-and-white dairy cow. It is black and white due to artificial selection by the breeders.

We provide our customers with
Holstein Friesian Heifers with the folowing specifiacation:
Performance: lactation, based on 305 days with a fat content of 4,2% and 3,2% protein:
1. lactation

no less than 7.000 kg of milk

2. lactation

no less than 8.000 kg of milk

3. lactation

no less than 9.000 kg of milk


18-30 months on the day of delivery


470-550 kg depending on the age and stage of pregnancy at the time of delivery.

Pregnancy  3-6 months before the date, confirmed by results of the inspection veterinarian.
Stud Book  All animals are registered in the official stud book, accompanied by a certificate of
pedigree, which shows the last 3 generations


The Simmental which colled also Fleckvieh is a dual purpose cow and among the oldest and most widely distributed of all breeds of cattle in the world.
It has historically been used for dairy and beef, and as draught animals. The simmelthas are particularly renowned for the rapid growth of their young, if given sufficient feed. Although the first herd book was established in the Swiss Canton of Berne in 1806, there is evidence of large, productive red and white cattle found much earlier in ecclesiastical and secular property records of western Switzerland. These red and white animals were highly sought because of their "rapid growth development; outstanding production of milk, butter, and cheese; and for their use as draught animals." they were known for their imposing stature and excellent dairy qualities.

We provide our customers with simmenthals  Heifers with the folowing specifiacation:                                               
l. lactation

no less than 6000 kg/305 days

The heifers ready for production when they are 17 to 18 months. They usually calve easily.


2. lactation

no less than 6500 kg/ 305 days

3. lactation no less than 7000 kg/305 days 
Age 18 -28 month


Pregnancy  Upon request and availability  
weight 500 to 800

 Weight of bull: 900 -1300 kg

Fat 3,5 %  
Protain 3,7 %  
                                                      Meat production
Fattening weight  600 -630 kg 360 to 420 kg carcass Weight.

Slaughter age of bulls is about 16 months

Growth rate   1300 gm per  day  
Slaughter yield  60 %  
Meat content  very high meat content  
Trading class higher trading class  
                                                       Stall place                                      




After the procurement process in a stable place in which you have chosen cows, animal quarries own care until shipped by specialists, as well as examined by official veterinarians and approved in accordance with health requirements in the importing country. It has been designed shipping equipment at the highest level to ensure the completion of the export process.
                                                Cattle truck transport
We accomplish cows by land transport by trucks they own the latest technology to regulate the content of animal transport in accordance with the latest EU regulations.. In order to transfer the animals treated humanely, we  provide the folowoing equipment:

- Litter of sawdust and straw

- Fully automatic watering

- Constant feeding & Supply

- Climate control by fans

- Trained personnel

                                                    Optimized transport     
  In the case of the transfer of a large amount of cattle to a remote location, we use special shipping  reserved for the animals, so that the transportation costs for the buyer to be favorable. And take into account the formal laws for the transfer of animal and choose the appropriate way to reach the destination as soon as possible.
For the process of transportation we have the support of high-level and deliver the cattle in  accordance with the recommendations of transport is currently approved transport companies and delivery until destination.
                                   Airfreight of livestock     

                                  Onboard of Aircraft        


At a great distance and a small amount of cattle, we propose to the purchaser of a cattle transport through air cargo. The Transportation of cattle by air cargo is governed by IATA Live Animals Regulation, as approved by the International Animal Health Code Commission of the World Organization for  Animal Health. We assure you that your cattle would travel in comfort  and safety onboard of  temperature controlled Air Freight. The staff of air freight is trained to IATA Live Animal als Regulation, to ensure that your cattle are handled with care, safety and providing  minimum stress.




Import & Export El Kourai MAFTA Contor 

Bilker Allee 172
40217 Düsseldorf
Tel.: 0049 (0)211 1793 6689
Mobil: 0049 (0)17672636285

E-Mail: info(at) ;


                      Brown Swiss                             


Brown Swiss is a breed of dairy cattle that produces the second largest quantity of milk   per year, over 7,000 kg. Making their milk excellent for production of cheese. The Brown Swiss is known for a long gestation period, immense size, large furry ears, and an extremely docile temperament. Regardless, the Brown Swiss is quite a resilient breed of cattle; they are hardy and capable of subsisting with little care or feed.

The Brown Swiss originated on the slopes of the Alps in Switzerland: because they were bred in this harsh climate, they are resistant to the heat, cold and many other common cattle problems. Large populations are found in Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Austria. But Brown Swiss cows are also milked in France, the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand, Central and South America and North Africa.


Performance: lactation, based on 305 days with a fat content of 4% and 3.5% protein:

Average milk production 7,000 kg / lactation about 305 days. They are known for late maturity and thus have a strong increase in production over several lactations.


18 to 30 months on the day of delivery


Adult cow between 650 and 700 kg, with a height of 135 to 140 cm. A bull can be between 145 and 155 cm tall with a weight of 1050 to 1125 kg.


All animals are registered in the official herd book, accompanied by a certificate from the herd, at shows least the last 3 generations.
   Charol       Charolaiai                                       

Charolais are bred primarily for meat production. The Cattle Site provides a table of meat weights from various cattle breeds, and the Charolais comes in among the top meat producing breeds.

 The breed's origins date back to the time of Charlemagne, with their fame spreading throughout Europe by the time of the French Revolution. Today, Charolais can be found throughout the world, but especially in Europe and North America. They produce excellent quality beef and often are used to improve herds of other cattle breeds
Charolais tend to be hardy animals, able to withstand cold winters and warm summers. They can graze on pasture that many other breeds cannot use as efficiently, and gain weight and muscle rapidly. They have rugged hooves and also are able to walk over rough terrain. Cows calve easily, a trait prized among farmers and ranchers. Calves are born at a heavier weight than other breeds.

The breed tends to be large muscled, with bulls weighing weigh as much as 1100 to 1300 kg.  and cows up to 900 kg.

Growth rate:

The daily weight increase is 1350-1400 grams.

Slaughter yield:  

Between 65 and 67%.


Belgian Blue

Belgian Blue
 is a breed of beef cattle from Belgium. These cattle are referred to in French as 
Race de la Moyenne et Haute Belgique, or, more commonly, Blanc Bleu Belge. Alternative names for this breed include Belgian Blue-White; Belgian White and Blue Pied; Belgian White Blue; Blue; and Blue Belgian.
The breed exists mainly in central and upper Belgium, but you can find the breed throughout the whole world. The Belgian Blue is known for its impressive muscle mass by extensive breeding and for its economic qualities, but also for the frequent use of caesareans. BB has been the best valued breed in the world for two decades
The main features are: extraordinary development of the musculature, the quality of the meat, the size, early development, good feed conversion, uniformity, obedience and suitability as a dam. A Belgian Blue animal is usually a double muscling, a cow with excessive muscle development. The meat of the Belgian Blue-White is of excellent quality: lean, tender and juicy thanks to the fine muscle fibres.
Since the cow has a low tendency for fat, it can be bred and fattened on the basis of an energy-rich diet, that results in an increase in weight without the risk of the formation of excessive fat.
Heifers calve optimally at the age of 24 months with an average body weight of 600 kg (just before calving). The gestation period is between 283 and 292 days with a limited range. A problem encountered with the Belgian White-Blue, is that calves have a double muscled shoulder. This doesn’t allow for the calves to pass through the birth canal. In case of purely double muscled animals, calves are all born by a way of a caesarean.






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