Any advice on what breeds of dual purpose cattle would do well in north Florida? We are somewhat close to the coast so we don't get too many hard freezes, but my experience has been that a lot of things (people, plants and animals!) can't take the heat and humidity of summer here. There seems to be a lot written about cattle than can survive the cold (no wonder!) but I don't see much written about cattle than can take the heat and thrive. The only ones I have encountered so far are the Long Horn and "Cracker Cattle" (which are being marketed as pets, because the breed is almost extinct). Thanks in advance for any helpful advice.