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Brahman Bos Indicus (Zebu) is a cattle breed result of crossing other four breeds: Gyr, Nellore, Guzera and Krishna Valley. They are from the United States.

The characteristics of the breed are: their tolerance to high temperatures and humidity. The short, thick and silky fur reflects the sunlight. The light color is not attractive to insects. The females have great ease childbirth because the calves have low birth weight; they have a small head and narrow shoulders.

The females Brahman have regular reproductive capacity. They have high resistance to diseases. As it is a Bos Indicus family (Zebu), they have no relation to Bos Taurus, what gives them hybrid vigor; it means that they have a high speed of growth, efficient feed conversion, which causes the production of lean meat, no fat marbling.