Australian Lowline Cattle breed were developed from an Aberdeen Angus herd which was established at the Trangie Research Centre in 1929, they were bred to provide quality breeding stock for the NSW cattle industry.
The Lowline is smooth and black in colour although a little white is not uncommon. The breed is naturally polled and are of similar comformation to any British beef breed. Mature bulls measure about 110cm at the hip and mature females, 100cm.
They are free from waste, and produce high quality meat. They are free from eye cancer and they have proved adaptable to Australian conditions. They are also exceptionally docile.