Brangus

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Bran·gus

 (brăng′gəs)
A trademark for any of a breed of black hornless beef cattle developed from interbreeding the Brahman and the Angus.
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Preliminary report: Pedigree analysis of the Brangus cattle in South Africa.
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He and wife own a small ranch near Tucson where they once raised three children and now raise Lipizzaner horses and Brangus cattle. They conduct horse-training and equine-assisted learning clinics around the U.S.