Finncattle refers to three closely related cattle breeds of Finnish origin. Finncattle is most often kept for dairy production and some animals are found in petting zoos and as pets. The Finncattle breeds are of small size and naturally polled however they differ in appearance and production levels. The Western Finncattle is red and the largest of the three breeds. The North Finnish cattle variety are white the West Finnish are red while the East Finnish are both white and red.