Buy your Lowline Cattle from the experts.


“We are passionate about Lowlines because they retain all the virtues of the original Aberdeen Angus of the 20th century, making for a great beef animal in terms of finishing weight and eating quality.”

– Sam Maughan

Buy your Lowline Cattle from the experts.


“We are passionate about Lowlines because they retain all the virtues of the original Aberdeen Angus of the 20th century, making for a great beef animal in terms of finishing weight and eating quality.”

– Sam Maughan

Buy your Lowline Cattle from the experts.


“We are passionate about Lowlines because they retain all the virtues of the original Aberdeen Angus of the 20th century, making for a great beef animal in terms of finishing weight and eating quality.”

– Sam Maughan

NEXT OPEN DAY

8th October at dairy farm barns, email for details

Upcoming shows: Melplash 24th August, Edenbridge & Oxted – 27th & 28th August, Dorset County 2nd & 3rd September..

History of the Lowline Cattle

The Lowline breed was developed in 1974, with the aim of establishing whether large of small animals were more efficient at converting grass into meat. In 2010, Owners Geoff Roper and Nick Weber imported live Lowlines from Canada, and have had rapidly growing success.

Why Choose Lowlines?

Ease of calving

Smaller calves are up on their feet and looking for milk straight away

More beef to the acre

lowlines have a much higher killing out percentage and meat to bone ratio less waste = more beef

Low input

Lowlines will finish on grass so no need for protein or concentrates

Temperament

Docile and easy to handle

Naturally polled

No horns

Good heritage

The original Angus so a well-proportioned animal

Higher stocking density

Stock 2.5 animals per acre

Great taste

Beautiful marbled finish

Shorter gestation

Calve up to two weeks earlier than most beef breeds

Want to Find out More?

News

Some of the out wintered cows and heifers

Some of the Lowline heifers that came over from Canada last year and incalf highlands

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Embryo calves due soon

these highlands are due to calve next week. All carrying Lowline embryos.

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Out wintered Bulls

Managed to get round with David this morning ,almost spring like and definitely warmed up a few degrees. The bull field is quite badly poached but even though they are a muddy mess the bulls are doing fine outside.

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Highland surrogates

6 highlands that are due to calf in the next week we’re walked up to the calving field yesterday. All carrying Lowline embryos. The field has been rested over what has been hopefully the worst of the winter. This field normally stocks cattle all year round with no problem but this year has been the […]

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The future of the Beef Industry.