|Country of origin||United States|
The Miniature Zebu was established as a breed in the United States with the formation of the International Miniature Zebu Association, a breed registry, in 1991.:245 At that time, there were small zebuine cattle in twenty-three American zoos, and others were held by some fifty private owners. The parent stock had originally been imported from Brazil, the Dominican Republic, and Sweden. By 2016 more than 6200 animals were registered.:245
The maximum height permitted for registration is 107 cm (42 in).:245
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