We would like to reassure our membership that all ARBA business will operate on a normal basis. Our customer service team is still available in Kansas City during regular business hours at 816-842-3757. ARBA office manager Michele Hanson can be reached by email arba@texas.net or call 512-858-7285 to leave a message, your call will be returned as soon as possible.

ARBA online registrations will not be disrupted. ARBA will continue to receive and send mail as often as possible, but will cease overnight mailing though April 24. In regards to the American Junior Red Brangus National Show, the event is on as scheduled. Please complete entries and make plans as normal. Entry deadline is May 1. In these uncertain times if the show must be cancelled, be assured you will be refunded all entry fees.

We appreciate your patience and cooperation.



The AJRBA National Show will be held on June 13, 2020. Please purchase an ad in the show program. You may also purchase a space for your logo/brand on the back of the AJRBA t-shirt for a donation of $250. Order Deadline is April 1, 2020. If you have questions please contact Courtnie King 337-912-8960 or ajrbainfo@gmail.com. Click here for more information and order form.



Congratulations to AJRBA 2019 National Show Champions & 2019 Mike Levi Memorial Scholarship Winners

Grand Champion Female: Lane Berry – $1,000 Scholarship
Reserve Champion Female Taylor Goerlitz – $500 Scholarship
Grand Champion Bull: Taylor Goerlitz – $1,000 Scholarship
Reserve Champion Bull: Avery Brooks – $500 Scholarship




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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