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Dr. Cacilda Borges do Valle, who studied agriculture at São Paulo University, talks about her experience working at Brazil's National Center for Cattle Feed Research in Brasília. She discusses her research on improving the quality and production of forage for cattle, highlighting its importance during the dry season. Dr. Borges also explains the efforts to improve the genetic makeup of African buffalo through selective breeding. The speaker emphasizes the need for sustainable and environmentally friendly practices in cattle ranching. Brazil's agricultural practice of grazer cows is discussed, allowing for efficient use of hectares and reduced need for new land. The country has become the world's largest exporter of beef and tropical products such as soybeans, corn, and sugarcane. Dr. Borges concludes by highlighting Brazil's role as a major provider of food for the world through its technology development for tropical regions.