English Longhorn cattle are a long-horned brown and white breed of beef cattle originating from the north of England.
They are not to be confused with the Texas longhorn breed, which is also often called "Longhorn cattle" or "Longhorns".
English Longhorns have curved horns that can go over the face, whereas Texas Longhorn horns go in any shape and size, though usually up and away from the face. Texas Longhorn cattle can be any colour a cow can be other than blue-roan, while Longhorn are only brown and white and have a white patch along the line of their spine and under their bellies.
This native slow growing breed of cattle takes time to reach perfection: producing beef which is second to none and voted the best beef in Britain by BBC Countryfile.