Indian-Origin Cow Sets World Record with $4.8 Million Auction in Brazil

A Nellore cow named Viatina-19 FIV Mara Imoveis sold for $4.8 million in Brazil, becoming the world's most expensive cow.

The Nellore breed, originally from India, has become a key part of Brazil's cattle industry due to its adaptability and resilience.

Viatina-19 exemplifies the breed's exceptional qualities, promising to improve Nellore genetics further.

The auction emphasizes the Nellore cow's importance in Brazil, where they represent 80% of the cow population.

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