The Maine-Anjou is a breed of cattle originating in the Anjou region in West France. It was created by the Viscount Olivier de Rougé in 1908 in Chenillé-Changé. It is primarily raised for beef production. Maine-Anjou are red and white (sometimes black or roan) and have horns. They are a large breed with bulls weighing 998 to 1406 kilos (2200 to 3100 pounds) and cows 680 to 862 kilos (1500 to 1900 pounds).