Australian Lowline Cattle Association Membership

The Australian Lowline Cattle Association is proactive in the promotion and development of the Australian Lowline breed whilst maintaining the preservation of the purity of these unique genetics. Our membership enjoys the benefits of having a progressive and professional Council interested in advancing the commercial viability of the breed. They also have multiple networking opportunities both online and in the ‘real worldʼ within an inclusive, vibrant and active membership body.

Become A Member

The Australian Lowline Cattle Association is proactive in the promotion and development of the Australian Lowline breed whilst continuing to protect the purity of this unique breed of heritage beef cattle. Membership Categories and Benefits are listed in the table below. To apply for membership see below. All levels of membership include the following benefits...

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Members Directory

  New South Wales/ACT Queensland South Australia Tasmania Victoria Western Australia Europe North Island New Zealand South Island New Zealand UK USA

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Promotion Groups

These form an integral part of the Australian Lowline Cattle Association (ALCA) and further serve to promote and raise awareness of the benefits of owning and breeding Australian Lowline cattle. Each financial member of ALCA is automatically a member of the Promotion Group in their State/area. There are many benefits to becoming actively involved in...

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Showing your registered Australian Lowline cattle provides you with an opportunity to present them to potential purchasers and to other beef breeders.  Showing should be fun and enjoyable as well as serious business! It also presents a wonderful opportunity to speak with other breeders who are generally more than happy to share their experiences and...

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Youth Activities

ALCA Junior membership is easily affordable and open to any young cattle enthusiast, who is aged between 8 and 21 years. We also have a membership category for schools that are interested in using Lowline cattle in their agricultural programs. Many junior members throughout Australia, New Zealand and the United States already own and operate...

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Herd Health

There are always questions about the health of your cattle. This page is to assist ALCA members in understanding some of the more common problems or diseases that can affect cattle. This information has come from state Government Agricultural Departments or research programs. Further information, if required, can be sought by contacting your local Government...

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