The American Brahman Breeders Association is a non-profit cattle registry association organized in Texas in 1924 with offices in Houston, Texas. American Brahman cattle are bovine specie Bos Indicus and…
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American Brahman cattle, the first beef breed developed in the U.S., rank #1 in hybrid vigor, heat tolerance and efficiency compared to all other beef breeds. With improved growth and performance, Brahman cattle increase profitability and play an important role in crossbreeding programs world wide. Brahman cattle are the common thread connecting other American breeds developed in the last century. Often referred to as “Crossbreeding’s Common Denominator,” cattlemen on every continent seek American Brahman genetics. The Brahman female and her F-1 offspring, the queens of cow country, are in high demand by cattlemen around the globe. The Brahman breed’s development is an unparalleled success story. Today’s cattlemen breed Brahmans for all the right reasons.
The phrases “Crossbreeding’s Common Denominator” and “Queens of Cow Country” are trademarks of the American Brahman Breeder’s Association.
Houston, Texas – The 6th Annual American Brahman Breeders (ABBA) Membership Convention, held August 19-20 in Shreveport, Louisiana, boasted the largest attendance to date, with more than 150 members. “The…
The ABBA Committee’s and Board of Directors held their Summer Meeting on August 18-19 in Shreveport, Louisiana. Read the Full Summary to see what took place.