The Indu-Brazilian is a zebu type breed, which was developed in Brazil from 1910-1930. The breed was developed from Gir and Kankrej (Guzerat or Guzera) breeds with some Ongole also used. By 1946 Indu-Brazilian cattle were being imported into the United States and some sources site their contribution to the development of the Brahman.
The breed is white or gray, red, black, or spotted. The Indu-Brazilian are generally taller and lighter muscled than other Brahman breeds. One of the notable features of the breed are it’s extremely large, pendulous ears. It probably has the largest ears of any of the cattle breeds.