Lowline are perfect for sustainable farming
With reduced frame size (60% of modern Angus) and feed requirements down by 30% compared to other larger breeds, Lowlines represent a profitable proposition for small family beef farming.
Lowline Beef features smaller, well marbled, higher quality cuts of beef, which are tender with high quality flavor and the animal can generally be finished off grass. This makes them our choice of breed for a sustainable future for beef production.
Lowlines have superior carcass traits with 30% larger ribeye area per hundred pound weight than any other breed & excellent marbling. Lowlines consume about 1/3 the amount of feed…
Australian Lowline Cattle were developed from the Angus herd which was established at the Trangie Research Centre in 1929 to provide quality breeding stock for the NSW cattle industry.