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- Aberdeen Angus (Black Angus and Red Angus)
- Hereford
- Shorthorn
- Charolais
- Limousin
- Simmental
- Pinzgauer
- Gelbvieh
- Texas Longhorn
- Scottish Highland
- Dexter
- Welsh Black
- Braunvieh
- British White
- Speckle Park
- Hays Converter
- Beef Freisian
- Brangus
- Red Brangus
- Santa Gertrudis
- Santa Cruz
- Beefmaster
- Droughtmaster
- Senepol
- Maine Anjou
- Blonde d'Aquitaine
- Luing
- Brahman
- Tarentaise
- Waygu
- Nellore
- Braford
- Bramousin
- Bralers
- Salers
- Galoway
- Belted Galloway
- Simbrah
- Marchigiana
- Chianina
- Piedmontese
- Belgian Blue
- Aubrac
- American
- Barzona
- Beefalo
- Bonsmara
- Ranger
- RX3
- Romagnola
- Red Poll
- South Devon
- Devon
- English Longhorn
- Indu-Brazil
- Amerifax
- Ankina
- Ankole-Watusi
- Ankole
- Watusi
- Charbray
- Lincoln Red
- Chiangus
- White Park
- Red Danish
- Sussex

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What is the classification of beef cattle?

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