Editor’s Note: As part of our outreach program, we have asked our “Brahman Junior” interns to post a personal opinion blog. We asked them their thoughts about why cattlemen would want to introduce red Brahman cattle into a herd and what the benefits can be. This is a response.
Red Brahman herds are becoming more and more popular with ranches throughout the world. Their durable, thick skin gives them a natural resistance to heat, mosquitoes and parasites. They also do well in drought and many other harsh environmental conditions. For someone in the livestock business, these are important traits to think about when wanting to introduce a new breed to a herd. The red Brahman cattle can adapt to harsh tropical conditions when other beef breeds cannot.
Moreno Ranches prides itself on a combination of technology and tradition. So, on the one hand, we have premium Brahman bulls and heifers. And, on the other hand, we have superior genetics in the form of Brahman semen and Brahman embryos, making breeding and the logistics of shipment easy based on technologies. At Moreno Ranches we are proud to offer red Brahman semen for sale with the M Check Brand.
Why Buy Brahman Semen from Moreno Ranches? Superior Genetics, That’s Why
It can get very humid at Moreno Ranches in Florida. I’ve come to admire these red Brahman bulls for their ability to stay calm even when it’s boiling hot. When the day is too hot for me, the Brahmans just act like it’s any other day! That’s what ranchers want when they decide to bring new cattle into a herd. They want cattle that can adapt better to all kinds of weather. That’s why our red Brahman semen for sale is a great decision. Results speak for themselves. When a customer buys straws of our Red Brahman Semen for sale, they will see that their herd adapts better and breeds better too. The M check brand is a great choice for red Brahman semen because cattlemen and cattlewomen can have confidence that they getting a great quality product. Each day I learn something about why these amazing Brahman cattle are important to the cattle industry!