Saturday, November 23, 2019

The Brangus breed has been developed as a stabilised breed in Australia with commercially orientated breeding programs going back to the early 1950’s. Brangus are designed to retain the strengths of the parent breeds, the Brahman and Angus. Brangus are allowed a variable Bos Indicus content which makes them capable of handling any environment.

Brangus excels in the profitable traits of fertility, easy calving, maternal, heat and parasite tolerance and longevity. These abilities allow Brangus to meet varying production specifications allowing Brangus breeder’s valuable marketing options.

Brangus are naturally polled, and either black or red in colour. Brangus consistently top cattle markets and perform strongly in carcase competitions, steer trials, feedlots and breeding paddocks across Australia.

Brangus have thrived in the Australian Beef Cattle industry due to their ability to adapt to environments from lush southern pasture to challenging northern droughts.


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