Herd Profiles

Check out our herd genetics and pedigrees through the Australian Lowline Cattle Association website as listed on the Links page.


Some of our cow herd

NEW ARRIVALS! Burnt Creek Onyx, her heifer calf Quartz and Burnt Creek Pebbles.

lowline-nov07-011.jpgBurnt Creek Onyx

  • Sire: Burnt Creek Morse (ET)
  • Dam: Burnt Creek Lexie
  • DOB: 01.04.2005

Burnt Creek Pebbles

  • Sire: Burnt Creek Martin
  • Dam: Burnt Creek Libby
  • DOB: 27. 04. 2006

lowline-nov07-008.jpg<Burnt Creek Quartz

  • Sire: Burnt Creek Martin
  • Dam: Burnt Creek Onyx
  • DOB: 01.04.2007

Our latest additions are from NSW and offer a diversity of bloodlines to our cow herd. Pebbles and Quartz will be in our 2008 show team. They are settling in nicely.


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  • Sire: Santa Fe Don Diego (E.T)
  • Dam: Santa Fe Carlotta (E.T)
  • DOB: 16. 01. 2000
  • Topaz has great length, good milk and great mothering ability. She has produced 3 heifers that have inherited these characteristics, one of which was Champion Lowline Female at the 2007 Rockhampton show and also competed with success in interbreed classes on the show circuit. Topaz is a very easy doer and never seems to lose condition. She is also one of our most vocal cows and very little escapes her attention. She has 1 star for marbling and 6 stars for tenderness.

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  • Sire: Gunna Gumpy Hercules (E.T)
  • Dam: Vitulus Tess (A.I)
  • DOB: 21. 11 2002
  • Xotic is a solid cow with good eye muscle area. Her sire was a multiple champion and her dam also a very successful cow in the show ring. Her calves have been structurally correct and have inherited her muscling pattern. She has 1 star for marbling and 6 stars for tenderness.

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  • Sire: Independent Roland
  • Dam: Broken Arrow Pearl Queen
  • DOB: 27. 08. 2002
  • Pimpim is our biggest female and her calves seem to follow this trend. She is a terrific mother and milk producer. She has 6 stars for tenderness and 1 star for marbling.

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  • Sire: Merowen Wizard (A.I)
  • Dam: Vitulus Vogue
  • DOB: 15. 10 2003
  • Yalumba has been in the show team for the last 2 years and is a long cow with great depth and volume. One of her calves was termed “a meat machine” by the judge at this year’s Rockhampton Show! She has 0 stars for marbling and 3 stars for tenderness.

Vitulus Your So Special

  • Sire: Kintyre Robert The Bruce (E.T)
  • Dam: Vitulus Whiz Kidd (TW)
  • DOB: 21. 02. 2003
  • Your So is our smallest cow, very feminine and with a sweet nature. She has 2 stars for marbling (more results pending) and 6 stars for tenderness.

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  • Sire: Vitulus Voltaire
  • Dam: Wulfric Queenie
  • DOB: 21. 09. 2003
  • Yamba has a gentle nature and loves nothing better than pats and attention. Yamba is the type of cow to have in the calf paddock as we have noted 4 calves feeding from her at the same time. A great mum that puts everything into her own calf. She has 3 stars for marbling and 4 stars for tenderness.

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  • Sire: Gunna Gumpy Tyrone
  • Dam: Talemah Little Beauty
  • DOB: 23. 05. 2001
  • Spot is a very productive cow (two calves in one year) and a great mother. She has a dislike for dogs but people are fine. Another cow that puts everything into her calves. She has 0 stars for marbling and 7 stars for tenderness.

Mugga Adroit

  • Sire: Tasmanian Mignon Angus II (A.I)(E.T)
  • Dam: Mugga Waif
  • DOB: 31. 08. 2005
  • Addie is a very feminine cow and was in our show team this year. She has a bull calf by Timitch Hill Alexander and is doing a great job with him. Addie has very different genetics to most of our other females. She has 0 stars for marbling, 5 stars for tenderness and 6 stars for feed efficiency.

Our Bulls


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  • Sire: The Glebe Woodstock
  • Dam: Sans Royale
  • DOB: 12. 12. 2001
  • The name is a total misnomer for this bull who loves people and licking shoes! Storm is a long, soft bull with great muscling. In his show career he was Reserve Senior Champion Bull at the Brisbane Royal Show in 2004 and Champion Senior Bull at Rockhampton Show 2005 and 2006, his only two outings. People were still coming to find Storm at this years show as he won so many hearts! He has produced great calves for us, inheriting his terrific temperament and length. He currently weighs 640 kg and has a very famous sire The Glebe Woodstock and Mugga Majura in his pedigree.

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  • Sire: Vitulus Xceptional
  • Dam: Vitulus Xotic
  • DOB: 30. 01. 2005
  • A very structurally correct little bull. He is square and solid. He has been shown successfully in interbreed classes (against large cattle) with many wins and very complementary comments from judges. Reserve Bull Calf Champion at Beef 2006 and Grand Champion Lowline at this year’s Rockhampton Show. His calves show the same structural correctness and length. He has 1 star for marbling and 7(!) for tenderness as Genestar results, and has yet to be tested for feed efficiency. He now weighs around 420 kg , height 42 inches and is currently having semen collected for export at Australian Beef Breeding Services. Contact us for details and pricing. This is a great bull with good bloodlines, structural correctness and terrific temperament. Good things do come in small packages!
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