Angus cow

The Aberdeen Angus, sometimes simply referred to as Angus, is a Scottish breed of small beef cattle. Angus cattle are naturally polled and can be black or red in colour although black is more dominant.

The udder on the other hand can also be white in colour. Furthermore, the Angus have high fertility, hence are easy to breed and have frequent reproductive cycles.

The Angus breed has earned a reputation for consistently producing high quality beef. Consequently, Angus beef has become a global standard for steak quality.

The popularity of raising Angus

Angus cows are now raised across the world in countries including the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Argentina. Many of these countries specially produce beef for export, with the sole purpose of producing high quality meat. In fact, Angus meat is famous for its ability to produce top-grade meat that is tender, red, beautiful and with an abundance of marbling. Hence, high end steak restaurants regularly comprise of Angus meat in their menus.

Our Thai Angus Tomahawk dry-aged 28 days

Angus beef in Thailand

Due to the high quality of Angus beef, more and more countries are starting to raise their own cows. The clear goal of this breed is to produce high quality beef.  In recent years, there has been an increase in Angus beef in Thailand.

Angus cattle that are born in Thailand can adapt and grow well. Furthermore, once the selective breeding of the variety of cattle is continuous and consistent, farmers may obtain purebred Angus. Thus adding to the production of high quality cattle meat in Thailand.

Beef at Sloane’s

All of Sloane’s beef come from Thai Angus cows. We buy whole carcasses of Thai-Angus beef from a variety of farms based in the Korat region. We work only with farms that we have visited and vetted ourselves, and we source the animals directly from the farms, ensuring full control over the entire supply chain. We dry-age our carcasses whole before breaking them down into a selection of steaks and various cuts of beef.