What’s Happening

Snow!

We got a reasonable dump of snow yesterday and then the strange conditions of  freezing rain overnight has left a thick ice layer over everything. David has been busy thawing our water lines to keep the water flowing and will be out as long as it takes in whatever...

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Throwback Thursday…..to a proper winter

Apologies again for the lack of recent posts. Here is a picture from 3 years ago, when we had a proper winter instead of the horrible grey wet one we are having this year! Lowlines in the snow. They are true hardy animals that will happily live out all year with just...

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Mud 😩

Apologies again for the lack of updates and pictures, I am still not able to get around the stock with David since my knee injury in October which is rather annoying although given the weather not too upsetting!! We have had a very wet winter so far and the fields are...

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Merry Christmas from Wessex Lowlines

Merry Christmas from everyone at Wessex Lowlines to our friends all around the world. It's been a good year. We have had lots of visitors come to see the cattle and find out about the Lowline breed. It's always great to hear from customers across the Uk and hear how...

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Winter is here

Definitely winter now, had some hard frosts. We have been weaning calves. Some cattle have come in to protect the fields for spring. Some pictures from this bright chilly morning  

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Consistency

A recent post from the Australian Lowline Cattle Association, the Eason Lowline genetics are in demand across the world and we couldn't agree more

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An insight into a bulls development

An interesting insight to how bulls develop and go through growth stages..... they all have times they look a bit gawky - after weaning and during growth spurts but if they have a good shape from the beginning it will come back. Just as a calf with poor shape is not...

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