These Bos Indicus cattle are not of beef conformity and their appearance shows it. A hump over the back of their neck, extra skin on their sheath, larger ears and the ability to withstand high heat are distinguishing characteristics of Bos Indicus breeds.
Rotational grazing is another way to help let the grass recover. By moving the cattle from pasture to pasture over a certain period of time will help the grass grow. It can be time consuming and labor intensive but in the end it will mostly pay for itself.