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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Genetic parameter estimates of ultrasound-measured longissimus muscle area and 12th-rib fat thickness in Brangus cattle.
Feedlot performance of Brangus cattle fed monensin or polyclonal antibody preparation against lactate-producing rumen bacteria.
Therefore, the aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of supplementation with copper and selenium on the diet of Brangus cattle receiving high concentrate in performance parameters, feed efficiency, glutathione activity, fatty acid profile and cholesterol concentration in meat.
Genetic parameter estimates for carcass and yearling ultrasound measurements in Brangus cattle.