Aberdeen Angus

 We rescued this series of early Aberdeen Angus Short stories from the public domain. The titles are simply names of early day Aberdeen Angus Bulls and Cows that were considered mainstays of the breed. These were written in 1904.

  • Old Grannie
    Old Grannie is a short story about the Aberdeen Angus Cow “Old Grannie” written in 1904 by Charles S. Plumb, B. Sc., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State University.
  • Panmure
    Panmure is a short story about the Aberdeen Angus bull Panmure written in 1904 by Charles S. Plumb, B. Sc., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State University.
  • Young Viscount
    Young Viscount is a short story about the Aberdeen Angus bull Young Viscount written in 1904 by Charles S. Plumb, B. Sc., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State University. This bull played a great part in the early history of the Angus breed of Beef Cattle. This story rescued from the public domain.
  • Jilt
    Jilt is a short story about the Aberdeen Angus cow, Jilt. It was written in 1904 by Charles S. Plumb, B. Sc., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State University. Jilt was an early Matron of the Aberdeen Angus breed.
  • Black Knight
    Black Knight is a short story about the old Time great Aberdeen Angus bull Black Knight, written in 1904 by Charles S. Plumb, B. Sc., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State University. This bull played a great part in the early history of the Angus breed of Beef Cattle. This story rescued from the public domain.
  • Abbotsford
    Abbotsford is a short story about the great Aberdeen Angus bull Abbotsford, written in 1904 by Charles S. Plumb, B. Sc., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State University. This bull played a great part in the early history of the Angus breed of Beef Cattle. This story rescued from the public domain.
  • Lady of Meadowbrook
    Lady of Meadowbrook is a short story about the Great Aberdeen Angus Show Cow, Lady of Meadowbrook. It was written in 1904 by Charles S. Plumb, B. Sc., Professor of Animal Husbandry, Ohio State University. Lady of Meadowbrook was an early Matron of the Aberdeen Angus breed being born in 1894.