J. WEST CATTLE COMPANY  . . . Registered British White Cattle in Southeast Texas 

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". . . with the white bull from the court of the King . . . Dynevor Castles. . ."  The Lady of the Lake  

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Taylor winning a Blue Ribbon with Mazey
















       Inviting everyone to take a look at the ancient British White cattle breed and see what's happening here at this Southeast Texas ranch.    
       For both the seedstock and commercial rancher, the polled British White gives all you can ask in carcass traits, feed efficiency, fertility, calving ease, hardiness, gentleness, and more, along with greater heat tolerance. 
     The British White breed is a uniquely beautiful and very ancient cattle breed with a noble heritage in the British Isles dating back thousands of years, where we find them revered and magified in old oral Celtic tales, customs, and laws. . . long before the advent of the written word.
     The special nature and qualities of the polled British White have been preserved for enjoyment today by both the breeder and the consumer of finely marbled and tender British White beef.

  ". . . a bull feast was made.  A white bull killed, . . ."  The High King of Ireland J.West's El Presidente - British White Bull - Semen Available

    He is called Fiachaidh Fionnoladh, for oladh is a name for a cow, and most of the cows of Ireland were white (fionn) in his time; hence he was called Fiachaidh Fionnoladh. Know that, according to Stowe's Chronicle, there were Scots residing in Aiba in the year of the Lord 73, very soon after Fiachaidh Fionnoladh held the sovereignty of Ireland, and that was before Cairbre Riada lived. And this Fiachaidh was treacherously slain by the rustic tribes of Ireland. (The History of Ireland  ;BOOK I-II, Section 38; Page 237; Author: Geoffrey Keating) 


    British White Cattle - Born Gentle, Stay Gentle, and you can't ask for more in fertility, milkiness, calving ease, low birth weights, and hardiness..........