Why should you choose Lowline Angus, opposed to other breeds. Check out this link.

Why should you choose Lowline Angus, opposed to other breeds. Check out this link.

Facts and benefits of lowline cattle; Lowline Angus Cattle, Miniature Cattle - SW Missouri Cattle - 4R Farms

Facts and benefits of lowline cattle; Lowline Angus Cattle, Miniature Cattle - SW Missouri Cattle - 4R Farms

Lowline Angus semen, Lowline semen Indiana, Kentucky, Kryptonite

Lowline Angus semen, Lowline semen Indiana, Kentucky, Kryptonite

Our first 4h show with lowline angus.

Our first 4h show with lowline angus.

Baldridge Lowline Angus

Baldridge Lowline Angus

How to Raise Beef Cattle for Profit on a Small Farm

How to Raise Beef Cattle for Profit on a Small Farm

Lowline Angus Cattle. We have some for sale.

Lowline Angus Cattle. We have some for sale.

Lowline Angus cattle are said to be very docile. Their good nature is one of the reasons I will raise them on future farm and may eliminate the need for a sorting pen.

Lowline Angus cattle are said to be very docile. Their good nature is one of the reasons I will raise them on future farm and may eliminate the need for a sorting pen.

Developed in Australia, like the mini-Hereford, the Lowline Angus was also created by “breeding down” or selecting the smallest stock from the established Angus breed. On average, Lowline Angus cows weigh 650-950 pounds and are 36-42 inches in height, while bulls weigh 950-1350 pounds and are 39-46 inches in height. They are black, docile, and naturally polled, while calving easily. Their carcases have higher dressing percentage, marbled meat, and are well suited to beef production on grass.

Developed in Australia, like the mini-Hereford, the Lowline Angus was also created by “breeding down” or selecting the smallest stock from the established Angus breed. On average, Lowline Angus cows weigh 650-950 pounds and are 36-42 inches in height, while bulls weigh 950-1350 pounds and are 39-46 inches in height. They are black, docile, and naturally polled, while calving easily. Their carcases have higher dressing percentage, marbled meat, and are well suited to beef production on grass.

Quality not quantity: see inside this minimalistic Melbourne home. Photography by Tom Ross. Styling by Georgiana Quinn.

Quality not quantity: see inside this minimalistic Melbourne home. Photography by Tom Ross. Styling by Georgiana Quinn.

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Red belties

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