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The Brahman cattle are a breed of zebu cattle that are characterized by a large hump over the top of their shoulders and neck. They also have large horns that typically curve upward, large drooping ears and dewlap with a large amount of excess skin.
Originally imported to the United States from cattle breeds in India, Brahman cattle are one of the most popular breeds of cattle meat in many parts of the world. In India however, Brahman cattle are considered sacred and cannot be consumed, slaughtered or sold. Throughout history, these cattle have been exposed to extreme weather, parasites and inadequate food supplies, which have caused them to develop amazing survival skills. They out live many other cattle breeds as well, often producing calves at 15 years or older.
Brahman Cattle For Sale In South Carolina
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