The Girolando is a breed of cattle created in Brazil as a product of crossing pure Holstein females with pure dairy Gyr males. It is a new dairy breed that is very productive and genetically adapted to hot climates. Currently, the Girolando breed has become the number one priority for Brazilian livestock associations in terms of milk production in tropical climates.
A genetic cross between Brahman and Wagyu, with a responsible structure, properly adapted to a careful diet. This is how we achieve a marbling quality.
Strictly American breed, created from American Brahaman cattle and Aberdeen Angus cattle. It is a mix of 5/8 Aberdeen Angus and 3/8 Brahaman; these proportions require at least three generations to achieve. This breed is highly resistant to heat and ectoparasites; and rapidly gain weight; It presents excellent muscular conformation and smooth lines. The females have good maternal ability, they do not have horns and their temperament is very nervous.