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In the late 1960's a few cattlemen experimented by combining Simmental with Brahman, these crosses evolved into the [[breeds|breed]] Simbrah.  
 
In the late 1960's a few cattlemen experimented by combining Simmental with Brahman, these crosses evolved into the [[breeds|breed]] 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.
 
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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Latest revision as of 01:40, 13 March 2013

In the late 1960's a few cattlemen experimented by combining Simmental with Brahman, these crosses evolved into the breed 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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