American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for any of a breed of beef cattle developed from a cross between the Brahman and the Aberdeen Angus.
“TLJ: No, the cattle we raise are called Brangus, which is a combination of Brahma and Angus.”
“The steer is known as a "Brangus," a cross between a black Angus and Brahaman.”
“The 10 pastures haven't gone under water but the sorghum they planted about a month ago to feed their Brangus—a mix of Black Angus and Brahman—hasn't taken hold because of the lack of rain.”
“With over 31,000 acres as a starting point, SMR Farms produces citrus for both the juice and fresh-fruit markets, sod and improved turfgrasses, containerized and field-grown trees, and premium Brangus and Charolais/Brangus terminal cross cattle.”
“The siblings live on a 600-acre ranch near Angleton with their parents, Pat and Lari Scott, and raise Brangus cattle.”
“The family participates on the Brangus show circuit, and their success doesn't stop at the Brazos River.”
“But there he was with five other firefighters Wednesday morning with his hands stuck under the haunches of a 3½-year-old Brangus cow that had fallen into Dickinson Bayou.”
“DICKINSON - A Brangus cow that was rescued from Dickinson Bayou on Wednesday morning died later that night, its owner said.”
“Brangus Publications Inc (BPI) produces the Brangus Journal, an international news magazine serving the Brangus breed of beef cattle.”
“(IBBA) empowers members to advance the quality, reliability and value of Brangus and Brangus influenced cattle; provides innovative programs and services which enhance the economic well-being of members and commercial customers.”
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