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Beefy

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Ellie Mae,
Tigerstripe when correctly used means brindle. But nowadays when someone says Tigerstripe they (in general) mean a BrahmanXHereford F-1. However, brindle occurs in many other breeds and crosses and most of the time it comes from Brahman blood. Brangus and beefmaster are two breeds that come to mind that may have brindle individuals.
 

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The color diluter gene in Braunvieh is brindle

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Beefy":gu9pam21 said:
Ellie Mae,
Tigerstripe when correctly used means brindle. But nowadays when someone says Tigerstripe they (in general) mean a BrahmanXHereford F-1. However, brindle occurs in many other breeds and crosses and most of the time it comes from Brahman blood. Brangus and beefmaster are two breeds that come to mind that may have brindle individuals.
 

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