Charbray Society of Australia Ltd - Standard of Excellence.
Charbray Association Australia

THE CHARBRAY STANDARD OF EXCELLENCE

CHARACTERISTIC DESIRABLE DISQUALIFICATION
COLOUR Solid colour, white to red and shades in between. The Council of the Society strongly recommends that dark coloured cattle are objectionable and members should be discouraged from showing these cattle or offering them for sale at Society Sponsored Sales Black and brindle
PIGMENTATION Skin must be pigmented  
HEAD Polled or dehorned, broad with well-shielded eyes, full open muzzle with strong underjaw. Ears medium to large, either straight or drooped.  
BODY Well-sprung body cage, full behind the shoulders with strong backline leading to slightly rounded rump, broad at pins with tail well set in.  
SIZE Well grown for age and with good weight gain ability  
BONE Medium to large, sound and free of defects  
FLESHING Thick and evenly distributed  
COAT AND HIDE Short, sleek coat; loose and pliable hide  
LEGS Moderate length, firm even hocks, short pasterns, active walk  
UNDERLINE Clean and neat with some looseness Large
pendulous
sheath
SCROTUM Containing two testicles which are well developed Small and/or
malformed
testicles
UDDER Well developed with teats of moderate size, evenly placed  
FOREQUARTERS Shoulders smooth and well set in to the body  
HINDQUARTERS Round and full with hips well set in to the body  
TEMPERAMENT Docile but alert  
GENERAL
APPEARANCE
General appearance should reflect the influence of both breeds, Charolais & Brahman  


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