Bohus Polled cattle is a breed of cattle that originated in the Bohuslän region of Sweden. They are known for their distinctive polled gene, meaning they do not have horns, which is a genetic trait. They are a medium-sized breed, with cows typically weighing around 600-800 kg and bulls weighing around 800-1000 kg. They are known for their good milk production, with an average of 4,200 - 5,500 kg of milk per lactation, and good milk quality, with high protein and butterfat content. They are also known for their docile temperament and good fertility. They are known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different farming conditions and climates. They are well-suited for grazing in rangelands and considered to be a hardy and adaptable breed. They are primarily used for milk production but also for meat production.