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McLemore Ranch began raising grassfed beef after buying ½ Lowline Angus steers from Melody Acres Lowlines.  Our discussions with Patti Seeley of Melody Acres, a past president of the Southwest Angus Lowline Association, convinced us that ½ Lowline Angus crosses were an excellent selection to produce choice to choice+ beef on a grassfed only program. 

 

 

 

Lowline Angus are 60% the size of other typical beef breeds.
Lowline Angus yield portion sizes for steaks and other beef cuts that consumers want in today’s world.
Lowline Angus provide a lower overall cost for gourmet beef that is tender and tastes great, particularly when a whole beef or half beef is purchased.
Lowline Angus and Lowline Angus crosses normally grade choice to choice+ on grass alone.

Lowline Angus cattle are from Australia and are the product of thirty years of breeding selection at the New South Wales State Department of Agriculture at Trangle, NSW, Australia.  

In October 1993, the new South Wales Department of Agriculture conducted a disposal sale of their research animals. The animals sold became the foundation stock of the present Lowline Angus cattle.

 


Lowline Angus first came to the United States in 1997. The cattle have been bred to be naturally small, not dwarf, and have desirable traits of easy manageability, excellent feed conversion, easy calving, and normally grade choice or choice+ on grass alone.  What’s not to love about Lowline Angus?

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