The Brangus breed was developed to utilize the superior traits of Angus and Brahman cattle. Their genetics are stabilized and registered Brangus must be 3/8 Brahman and 5/8 Angus, solid black & polled. Both sire and dam must be recorded with the International Brangus Breeders Assoc. Foundation Angus and Brahman cattle must be registered in their respective breed assoc. prior to being enrolled with the IBBA. Intermediate crosses necessary to reach the 3/8 - 5/8 % are certified by the IBBA.
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The Red Poll originated as a cross between Norfolk Red beef-type cattle and Suffolk Dun dairy cattle (both of these breeds are now extinct). The parent Suffolk breed was also polled; Norfolk cattle had horns, but the gene for horns was bred out in the Red Poll breed. The original name for the breed, adopted in 1863, was Norfolk and Suffolk Red Polled cattle.
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The first "Devon" cattle reached what is now the United States in 1623. The ship Charity brought a consignment of red cattle (one bull and three heifers) from Devonshire, England to Edward Winslow, the agent for Plymouth Colony. These red cattle of Devonshire, brought in by the Pilgrims, were probably the first purebred cattle to reach North America