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The right cattle, handled right

The Seminole tribe’s Florida cattle herd is Brangus based—Brangus sires and commercial cows combining to create the Bradford Beef Master Brangus.

Cattle country

Today the Seminole tribe’s ranchland spreads over five counties in central and south Florida, stretching all the way down to the Everglades.

The history of a herd

The Seminole tribe has been working with cattle, first using wild cattle for sustenance and trade, since they met Ponce de Leon in 1521.