Black Angus cattle, also known as Aberdeen Angus, are a breed originally bred in eastern Scotland. Nowadays, Black Angus beef is appreciated around the world for the high quality of its meat. Black Angus steers do not have horns and have, as their name suggests, a black dress. In the United States, Black Angus cattle are one of the most common cattle breeds, particularly because of their rapid growth and easy rearing. These animals are considered to be of a particularly docile and peaceful nature. Even adults, these bulls are not aggressive.