Louwcoe Charolais is located in along the Maloti route main road, 20 kilometers from the Caledon river, alongside the Lesotho border, South Africa. Since 1967, our herd consists of purebred white factor Charolais.
They have outstanding growth ability and also the best feed conversion ratios. It is characteristic of Charolais that they have good muscling and carcass quality. Charolais is known for their outstanding temprament. The Charolais cross calf weans HEAVIER, so it ensures better yields.
In over 70 countries around the globe, the Charolais breed is recognized as a leading terminal cattle sire option to add value to cross-breeding beef programs. Charolais cattle are highly efficient, well adapted, lean meat producers with tremendous growth potential.
The Charolais cattle breed originates more than 300 years ago in the vicinity of the Bress Plateau in the Jura Mountains of eastern France. From there, the breed spread to the Charolles commune in France and the name Charolais we know today is derived from the area.