Brangus


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Brangus

a polled, black breed of beef cattle produced by crossbreeding of Brahman and Angus cattle. The breed retains many of the characteristics of its parents, including persistent frenulum and a resulting difficulty in mating.
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En la region subtropical de Argentina predominan razas como el Braford, Brangus y en menor escala Santa Gertrudis (12) originadas a partir del Bos indicus, en cuyo musculo se han registrado elevados niveles de actividad de calpastatina (24,25) enzima que inhibe a la calpaina, responsable de la tiernizacion de la carne (14).
The Gariss Ranch consists of approximately 50 registered Brangus cows, 400 commercial Brangus females and they market nearly 1000 yearlings annually.
Dideliu statiniu remontas ir profilaktine prieziura yra gana brangus procesai, todel svarbus talpyklu defektu skaitinis tyrimas.
He's a mean polo player and breeds rare Brangus cattle on his Texas ranch.
A county Durham farming family has produced what is thought to be one of the first Brangus calves born in the UK.
In addition to the Baldwin Ranch, the rest of the cattle will come from Florida ranches, including 80 Brangus heifers from the Strickland Ranch in Manatee County, Florida, 80 Brafords from the Adams Ranch in Ft.
The Brangus beef cattle were named after Morgan's favorite lawmakers in Raleigh--those who have not waivered in their friendship with a man who is now Republican speaker of the North Carolina House of Representatives.
In 2002, Sparks was elected to the Board of Directors of the International Brangus Breeders Association headquartered in San Antonio, Texas.
Lea Weinheimer Stokes, general manager, Brangus Journal, San Antonio, Texas, will serve as immediate past president.
The Angus, the Ankole Watusi, the Belgian Blue, the British White, theCash, the Devon, the Normande, the Norwegian Red, the Red Angus, the Red Brangus, the Scotch Highlander, the Texas Longhorn, the White Parkand the Zebu, (to name but a few) were all bred from Aurochs by people who never read Mendel.
At 54,000 acres, the ranch covers nearly a third of the island and is Molokai's largest private employer, running 5,000 head of mostly Brangus and Brahman bulls.
One graduate wrote from his ranch in Texas: "We are raising our own replacement heifers from a flourishing herd of Brangus cows.