Data from: Genomic divergence of zebu and taurine cattle identified through high-density SNP genotyping
The following is taken directly from the introduction of the paper. In this study, we used a pure drift FST model  which assumes all animals originated from the same ancestral population. This model was applied to taurine and zebu animals to identify loci under selection. These two groups correspond to the main (and most ancestral) separation of domestic cattle, which in most but not all cases corresponds to animals adapted to tropical and temperate environments. The identification of such loci can aid in the identification of genes and genomic variants that are related to environmental adaptation and/or selection derived from human agro-pastoral activities.