In the late 1960′s a few cattlemen experimented by combining Simmental with Brahman, these crosses evolved into the breed Simbrah.
Originally developed in the hot, humid areas of the Gulf Coast, Simbrah have been selected so they can thrive in the Northwest and Northeast regions of the United States where temperatures range from . . . → Read More: Simbrah Cattle Breed
In the 1800s N’Dama Cattle were imported to the Caribbean Island of St. Croix from Senegal, West Africa. St. Croix is the largest and Southernmost of the U.S. Virgin Islands, located roughly 1200 miles Southeast of Miami, Florida.
The N’Dama, a Bos taurus breed, was well suited for the Caribbean because of its . . . → Read More: Senepol Cattle Breed
Gelbvieh (pronounced Gel-fee) originated in the three Franconian districts of Northern Bavaria, in southern Germany. It was once a triple purpose breed (milk, meat and draft) and was developed from several local strains of ‘Red-Yellow Franconian’ cattle; Gelbvieh translates from the German, literally, as ‘yellow cattle’.
Gelbvieh are a large framed . . . → Read More: Gelbvieh Cattle Breed
Droughtmaster was the name originally coined by a group of astute cattlemen in North Queensland for the breed of cattle which they developed through crossing Bos taurus and Bos indicus breeds to overcome the perennial problems of drought, cattle ticks, heat, eye cancer and many other problems that reduced production and profitability.
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