News

Australian Lowline Anniversary Book – Available for Pre-Order!

May 5, 2018

“A celebration of 25 years of the Australian Lowline Cattle Association and the acceptance of the Australian Lowline as a breed in its own right” We take a look at the heritage and the history of Australian Lowlines — encompassing the arrival of the Glencarnock Angus in 1929, to the Trangie Research Station in New South...


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2018 Royal Sydney Easter Show – Australian Lowline Results

April 4, 2018

Once again, another Easter is over & Lowline exhibitors are celebrating their successes. A line-up of quality cattle impressed young judge, Mr Tim Eyes, making his final choices quite difficult at times. The broad ribbons wins were shared around the studs proving the overall consistency of the breed. Congratulations to all exhibitors on a great...


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Show Results

2017 Canterbury A & P Show – New Zealand

November 22, 2017

The South Island of New Zealand once again saw the parading of some great Lowline cattle at their recent show. Congratulations to all exhibitors & paraders. Woolstone Park Genoa – Supreme Champion Lowline The Judge was Wayne McLaren, Christchurch, New Zealand Associate Judge was Dean Fogarty, Australia Australian students, Dean Fogarty from Downlands College in...


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2017 Royal Melbourne Show Australian Lowline Results

October 6, 2017

The Royal Melbourne Show was another success for the Lowline breed. A quality line-up made judge, Ross Canning’s decisions very difficult at times. A very experienced all breed judge, Ross first judged Lowlines 20 years ago & has previously judged them at Melbourne, Adelaide & at the New Zealand Royal Shows as well as being...


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2017 Royal Adelaide Show – Australian Lowline Results

September 6, 2017

Australian Lowlines were exhibited by studs from 3 states at the 2017 Royal Adelaide Show – Serena Downs (NSW), Wanamara (Vic) & Glenlonney (SA). Judge Neil Watson, Tamworth, NSW said both his grand champions were very good representatives of the breed but the bull would “take the breed to the next step”. “It is a very...


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