World Brahman Congress

An international gathering hosted every two years, World Brahman Congress is an opportunity to connect and celebrate the Brahman breed.

20th World Brahman Congress – Asuncion, Paraguay

A forum for the exchange of ideas and information between Brahman breeders, World Brahman Congress enhances the breed’s position on a global scale and strengthens relationships around the world.

 

From learning opportunities to showring competition, it’s an event that is a guaranteed highlight for the Brahman breed.

 

Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 World Brahman Congress planned in Asuncion, Paraguay, has been cancelled. The event will take place in 2022.

1982 — Rockhampton, Australia

1984 — Houston, Texas

1986 — Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa

1988 — Cartagena, Colombia

1990 — Buenos Aires, Argentina

1992 — Veracruz, Mexico

1994 — Panama City, Panama

1996 — Maracaibo, Venezuela

1998 — Pereira, Colombia

2000 — Pretoria, South Africa

2002 — Rockhampton, Australia

2004 — Merida, Yucatan

2006 — Medellin, Colombia

2008 — Fort Worth, Texas

2010 — Uberaba, Brazil

2012 — Panama City, Panama

2014 — Parys, South Africa

2016 — Queensland, Australia

2018 — Bucaramanga, Colombia

2022 — Asuncion, Paraguay

2024 — United States

2026 — Merida, Yucatan

About the World Brahman Federation

The World Brahman Federation is the global organization that is comprised of Brahman associations from member countries. The objectives of this organization are:

— To preserve, improve and enhance the status of the Brahman breed around the world.

— To foster better relations between member associations.

— To promote the Brahman breed and its use in all areas of the world.

— To provide a forum for establishing host countries for future World Brahman Congresses.

— To exchange scientific and technical information among all members.

World Brahman Congresses are established during the annual meeting of the World Brahman Federation, which offers member countries an opportunity to submit a proposal to host in the future.