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The numerically strongest, largest and most popular breeds of cattle in Southern Africa.
The Simbra breed is one of the numerically strongest, largest and most popular breeds of cattle in Southern Africa. This is a remarkable achievement in view of the fact that the breed has only been registered in Southern Africa for a relatively short period of time. The purpose of SIMBRA was to raise a breed that could adapt to the Southern African environment.
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SIMBRA STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE
What makes the SIMBRA breed unique?
A SIMBRA cow or bull will have the unique white markings on its head. With a good width between eyes, tapering slightly towards the poll which might exhibit a moderate curve.
Eyebrows should be prominent, large with pliable, thick skin around the eyes. Not too prominent in females.
Animals should exhibit a good frame, be symmetrically outlined and stand squarely with hind legs well separated.
Their temperaments are usually calm, manageable and placid with alert appearance.
Hair is short, thick, glossy and slightly oily on touch.
THE QUALITY OF SIMBRA
“The Simbra is a hardy, smooth-coated, well adapted breed, with virile, hard-muscled, growthy bulls and feminine, fertile, highly functional cows. A breed possessing the best of the Simmentaler and the Brahman, a breed that has all the potential to produce beef efficiency, especially in extensive cattle breeding areas.”