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How to Maintain Mature Summer Pasture to Prepare for Fall Grazing

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

Lowline Angus Benefits - Use a Lowline full-blood, purebred or percentage bull only on your first heifer calves. Each time you cull one big cow, replace

Baldridge Lowline Angus

Baldridge Lowline Angus

Lowline Angus

Lowline Angus

Lowline angus

Lowline angus

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.

Lowline angus heifer

Lowline angus heifer

Lowline angus steers

Lowline angus steers

The original ideal Angus cow & calf now known as a Lowline Angus.

The original ideal Angus cow & calf now known as a Lowline Angus.

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.

We just got these!  (Lowline angus)  We'll see if we can eat Boof after the butchering....

We just got these! (Lowline angus) We'll see if we can eat Boof after the butchering....

A group of young Lowline Angus bulls. The Lowline Angus is an Australian development of the Angus, and while shorter and more compact, it is still very heavily muscled and suitable as a beef breed. Adult bulls are 1-1.1m at the shoulder and weight around 600kg. These stocky animals are hardy and relatively easy to raise. In addition to their use as beef cattle, the bulls are ideal for mating with dairy cattle to produce a small calf that produces few birthing difficulties. The Lowline was…

A group of young Lowline Angus bulls. The Lowline Angus is an Australian development of the Angus, and while shorter and more compact, it is still very heavily muscled and suitable as a beef breed. Adult bulls are 1-1.1m at the shoulder and weight around 600kg. These stocky animals are hardy and relatively easy to raise. In addition to their use as beef cattle, the bulls are ideal for mating with dairy cattle to produce a small calf that produces few birthing difficulties. The Lowline was…

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