• 2024 American Red Brangus National Show will be held at the Burton Complex in Lake Charles, LA June 12-15, 2024.

  • Senior Scholarship and 2024 AJRBA National Show information will be released on February 1 via the ARBA website.

  • The Junior Association is looking for sponsors for the show. Below you will find a link to the sponsorship form. We appreciate any and all donations toward the success of this event. All sponsorship funds must be received prior to May 15, 2024 to ensure your name/ranch name will appear on the sponsorship banner. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.


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Helpful Hints Article

The American Red Brangus Association provides a breed specific data collection program.

Show Champions

Click the link to view the American Red Brangus Show Winners



The mating of Brahman and Angus in a commercial setting proved itself superior to straight-bred British cattle. While these commercial matings yielded both red and black progeny, it was the red calves that proved themselves superior in terms of growth, fertility and hardiness. Red Brangus cattle combine the hardiness, disease resistance and unmatched maternal instincts of the Brahman breed with the superior carcass quality, fertility, maternal and milking ability of the Angus.

Registered Red Brangus Cattle are solid red and naturally polled.

The breed is a blend of Brahman and Angus genetics. Because of the world’s varying environmental conditions and the varying goals and needs of cattleman, American Red Brangus Association does not set blood percentages for registration.

This allows the cattle raiser to target the blood percentage necessary for his individual climate, more Brahman for arid and tropic climates or more Angus for colder regions. The Red Brangus breed has documented its ability to adapt from the harsh, cold climates of the Northwestern United States to the arid Southwest and humid Southeast.

History Of The Breed

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