Hereford Cattle Boot


Circle L boots are 100% waterproof. They will keep your feet dry in the rain, snow, and mud. Whether you are washing your animal for that show-day shine or tromping through the field slop, Circle L boots are designed to provide you with the comfort you want and need to wear them all day long.

Comfort range 32F – 90F

Mid Calf, 1/2″ heel, made of vulcanized rubber with a sure grip sole for the natural environment found on the farm and ranch in mind. Waterproof, pull on.

Whole sizes only (US sizes).

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Champion Hereford Steer (King Max) raised and shown by Jacqueline Bowen of Prosperity Acres.

The National Junior Hereford Association (NJHA) is one of the largest, strongest and most active junior cattle programs in the country. Over the years, members of this association have gone on to earn international and domestic respect as models for youth organizational success.

The NJHA, through its extensive educational programs, continues to lay the foundation for the beef industry’s future leaders. The traditions of the past coupled with the energy of today’s board of directors have created a progressive approach to further develop a meaningful and educational association focus.

Until the 18th century, the cattle of the Herefordshire area were similar to other cattle of southern England, being wholly red with a white switch, similar to the modern North Devon and Sussex breeds. During the 18th and early 19th centuries, other cattle (mainly Shorthorns) were used to create a new type of draught and beef cattle which at first varied in color, different herds ranging from yellow to grey and light brown, and with varying amounts of white. However, by the end of the 18th century the white face characteristic of the modern breed was well established, and the modern color was estabilised during the 19th century.

The Hereford is still seen in the Herefordshire countryside today and featured prominently at agricultural shows.  The first imports of Herefords to the United States were around 1816 by the politician Henry Clay, with larger importation of the breed beginning in the 1840s.

Additional information

Weight 10 lbs
Dimensions 15 x 8 x 20 in


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