Facts about Simbrah
Simbrah has been described as „The All Purpose American Breed“.

Breeding Aim
Simbrah have been developed to be as functional and trouble free as possible. Simbrah are being developed in many areas where Zebu breeding predominates as well as other areas where Simbrah’s blend of features is desired.

History of the Simbrah Breed
In the late 1960’s a few cattlemen experimented by combining Simmental with Brahman, these crosses evolved into the breed Simbrah. The Brahman was chosen for heat and insect tolerance, hardiness and excellent foraging ability, as well as maternal calving ease and longevity. The Simmental for early sexual maturity, fertility, milking ability, rapid growth and good beef characteristics. The docile disposition of most Simmental is also a plus for this composite. These two cattle breeds have been used in cooperation to produce Simbrah.

The Simbrah are a medium sized cattle breed which take its characteristics from both the Brahman and the Simmental. They come in various colours, usually red with a bit of white on the face or black with a bit of white on the face. They have a slight hump above the neck and have slightly larger ears than European beef breeds.

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