Green Agriculture &
White Galloway Heritage Herd
The colour pattern of the White Galloway is mostly white, with its colour restricted to its ears, feet, and around its eyes. They will also often have colour on their poll, tail, and udder. The White Galloway breed originates from the Wild White cattle of ancient Britain.
The Galloway is naturally hornless, and instead of horns has a bone knob at the top of its skull that is called a poll. This breed's shaggy coat has both a thick, wooly undercoat for warmth and stiffer guard hairs that help shed water, making them well adapted to harsher climates.
welters® Galloway herds of Whithaugh forms part of their mission and drive for research and development in the protection of native species and natural resources.