40% more retail product per hectare
from Australian Lowline Angus cattle
Australian Lowline small Angus cattle developed scientifically
Australian Lowlines are bred for better beef

Australian Lowlines have superior carcass characteristics compared with other cattle, producing well over 70% dressed out beef. Combine this with their efficient feed conversion and expect to produce up to 40% more retail product per hectare and 30% more rib-eye than other cattle. It all adds up to increased profitability.

The (US) chart below gives the statistics in acres rather than hectares and lbs rather than kilos, but you'll get the idea. NZ stocking rates per acre are, of course, higher than these (Australian) ones. Expect to run a minimum of three Lowlines where you would run two Angus, Herefords or Whitefaces. Or even more.
Breed Ave # of breeding cows per 100 acres* Pounds of average carcass per head wt. at 15 months off grass Pounds of carcass weight per acre Retail carcass yield % saleable weight Pounds of retail product per acre







Simmental 23 556 115.0 69% 79.4
Wagyu 38 442 151.1 55% 83.1
Shorthorn 28 532 132.4 65% 86.1
Hereford 30 552 147.2 64% 94.2
Murray Grey 32 547 157.7 67% 105.7
Angus 33 543 161.7 68% 110

Australian Lowline cattle, true beef cattle.

Casablanca Lowline Stud, based at Whangaehu near Wanganui, New Zealand (previously at Kumeu, Auckland) welcomes your contact about Australian Lowline Cattle.

Casablanca is looking for a future partner (or partners) with adequate land in the lower or central North Island) to help us continue this well known stud as our ages advance.
No money need change hands.
Contact us for further details.
You can ring us on New Zealand 06 342 6670 or Email us 

Australian Lowlines, which have 100% Angus genes on a more compact frame, are designed to be smaller and to mature earlier than beef cattle of other breeds.

Purebred Australian Lowline steer Allambie Apocalypse didn't get a look-in at the "on hoof"classes at the Quirindi Prime Stock Expo. Then came the carcass judging. Allambie Apocalypse's 87.567 score on the ABCAS evaluation system was good enough to have won the light weight section at the Sydney Royal Show. At Quirindi, he beat all light weights and was 3rd overall when the heavy weights were included.

Judy and David Sainsbury, Casablanca Lowline Stud, 16 Haunui Rd, Whangaehu, Wanganui, New Zealand.
Telephone:(New Zealand)06 342 6670. Mobile:0224026559. Email:lowline@casablanca.co.nz