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Manso, the Brahman bull that started it all

By May Zhou | China Daily | Updated: 2017-07-17 07:28

At the J.D. Hudgins beef ranch in Texas, more than 1,800 Brahman cattle are scattered across 4,050 hectares of lush green pasture.

The animals with the prominent humps stand calmly, lolling in the shade of trees. White birds rest on a metal fence nearby looking for food left in the grass by the cattle.

This is the pasture where US beef took its first steps. And it all started with Manso.

Manso, the Brahman bull that started it all

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