|Dimensions||105 × 30 × 73 in|$10,995.00 ea.
Bronze Brahman Bull Statues. Perfect for a school mascot, restaurant, farm, ranch, trade show display, storefront display or any facility that seeking a quality bronze bull statue. Fabricated in the lost wax method and a true work of art. An amazing conversation piece and make a great photo-op. Can be used indoors or outdoors. This rugged, resilient bull statue is impervious to the weather. Typical maintenance is washing with soap and water periodically. We provide free mounting tabs and instructions making the installation quick and easy. Check out our references https://bronze-depot.com/references and see a partial list of our satisfied clients, especially the schools that trusted us with their mascot. You won’t find this bull for less anywhere.
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Did you know this about Brahman Bulls?
American Brahman cattle were the first breed of beef cattle developed in the United States at the beginning of 1900 as a result of crossing four different Indian cattle breeds. The original American Brahman cattle originated from approximately 266 bulls and 22 females of several types imported from India from 1854 to 1926. The American Brahman Breeders Association was formed in 1924 as the official herd registry in the United States to track and verify bloodlines of cattle. The name “Brahman” was created by the American Brahman Breeder’s Association. The Brahman is mainly used for breeding and the meat industry; it has been crossbred extensively with European beef breeds of cattle. The Brahman is one of the most popular cattle breeds intended for meat processing and is widely used in Argentina, Brazil, United States, Colombia and northern Australia. They have been used to develop numerous other U.S. beef breeds including Brangus, Beefmaster, Simbrah, and Santa Gertrudis. Brahman cattle are known for their extreme tolerance to heat conditions, also resistant to insects because of their thick and abundant skin coat. Brahman cattle live longer than many other breeds, often still producing calves at ages 15 and older.
|Dimensions||105 × 30 × 73 in|