Charbray

Charbray

a taurindicus breed of beef cattle, white to light red in color, produced by crossing Brahman and Charolais.
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During the last decade, there have been significant efforts in Mexico directed towards the estimation of genetic parameters of growth traits in various Bos taurus and Bos indicus beef breeds, such as: Tropicarne [10], Simmental [51], Nelore [31], Charolais [46], Sardo Negro [27], Brahman [38], Guzerat [28], Brangus/Salers [11], Limousin [48] and Charbray [49].
Efectos geneticos para caracteristicas de crecimiento de bovinos Charolais y Charbray mexicanos estimados con modelos alternativos.
The Teahouse by the Tracks" follows retired Janet Charbray who opens a tea shop out of little better to do.
Several composite breeds (made by crossing two or more breeds) have come into being such as the Brangus (a Brahman-Angus cross), Braford (Brahman-Hereford), Bramousin (Brahman-Limousin), Beefmaster (Brahman-Hereford-Shorthorn), Charbray (Brahman-Charolais), Santa Gertrudis (Brahman-Shorthorn), and Simbrah (Brahman-Simmental).
The following are heat-tolerant with good beef production: Brangus, Beefmaster, Charbray, Braford, Brahmasin, and Gelbray.
Others include the Braford, a cross between the Brahman (Zebu) and the Hereford; and the Charbray, an animal 12.
Eights included Braford, Charbray, Hereford and Polled Hereford.
The following are their combined score/optimum slaughter weight: Angus -- 29/950, Ayrshire -- 26/900, Beefmaster -- 27/1,150, Bradford -- 28/1,150, Brahman -- 42/1,150, Brangus -- 29/1,050, Brown Swiss - 25/1,200, Charbray -- 36/1,250, Charolais -- 34/1,250, Devon -- 28/1,050, Galloway -- 30/950, Guernsey -- 29/900, Hays Converter -- 26/1,150, Hereford -- 33/1,050, Holstein -- 22/1,200, Jersey -- 28/850, Limousin -- 28/1,200, Maine-Anjou -- 28/1,250, Milking Shorthorn -- 35/950, Red Angus -- 29/950, Red Poll -- 30/950, Santa Gertrudis -- 34/1,150, Scotch Highland -- 31/900, Simmental -- 24/1,250, Shorthorn -- 34/950 and South Devon -- 28/1,150.