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If by "better meat" you mean higher quality grade, i.e. marbling, go with Angus, if you mean yield grade, i.e. quantity of meat try Simmenthal or Gelvgieh

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> Right now most of my cattle is
> brahman. I will like to breed it,
> mostly to get more weight and
> better meat. What is the best
> alternative?
 
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you can go with Limousin or Charolais

> Right now most of my cattle is
> brahman. I will like to breed it,
> mostly to get more weight and
> better meat. What is the best
> alternative?

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Limousin have done us some real good. Simmental is less quality on all aspects. Belgian Blue works, but i would only use them on Limo crosses for finishing. charolais wouldn't be too bad but a little too rough (hair and meat) for my liking. blonde d'aquitaine tends to work out fine, we have a few calves of that cross now, about the same as the limo crosses.

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