The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 52, July 1948 - April, 1949 Page: 443
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Brahman Cattle in Texas 443
relationship and understanding among all breeders of cattle, ir-
respective of the breed.""6 The association has set up a high
standard of perfection to be used by its appraisal committee in
deciding whether or not a Brahman individual should be re-
The objective of this association is to secure for the Brahman
its rightful place in the cattle world. By May, 1947, two thousand
Brahman cattle had been registered as foundation stock with the
Pan American Zebu Association.
The Brahman cattle industry is yet young, but already the
roots have begun to sprout and are spreading from Texas through-
out the United States. Brahman is the watchword of prosperity
to the ranchman; the Brahman will remain as one of America's
fastest growing breeds of cattle.
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