These cattle were developed in an Australian agricultural experiment station. They started the herd with registered Aberdeen Angus in 1929. They bred for smaller frame size for several decades and developed a modest framed breed of very well muscled cattle. These had all of the desirable maternal traits of traditional sized Angu,s but with higher carcass yield and exceptional tenderness and fine textured beef.
Cattlemen can increase their stocking rate by 20-30%, sell more pounds per acre at a higher price, and increase the profitability of your ranch. Use Lowline bulls!
University research has proven that Lowline crossbreds are more efficient, have higher carcass merit and retain the positive Angus characteristics. Lowline bulls excel at calving ease, sire vigorous calves and have longevity in a heifer breeding program. You will also find a higher percentage of pregnant first calf heifers.
Breeders across the country have developed breeding age bulls that have been stockman selected for calving ease, fleshing ability and carcass on a forage based management system.
Lowline cattle are gentle and easy to handle. They are an excellent choice for the small acreage farm.
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