Of course not! It’s a steer.
A steer is a male that has been castrated. This means it can’t breed with the females, which aids in keeping herd quality up and in the timing of the birthing season. It also means the herd is easier to handle without having a bunch of bulls jostling for status. Steers are painful enough as it is.
We raise a lot of steers here. They take longer and are less efficient which doesn’t work well with modern industrial farming but is fine for us old-school types. They taste good and that’s of prime importance to us.
In SW France male calves usually get shipped off to feedlots in Italy and Spain, so steers are rare. At the supermarket and butcher you find beef from cows – mother cows retired from the breeding or milking herd. These are older than the beef we’d eat in the USA or UK.