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  We are located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, about 100 miles northeast of Green Bay, Wisconsin. We have a small farm, where we raise & enjoy the company of our American Lowline Cattle, with both Fullblood and percentage blood Bulls and Cows.
 
Australian Lowline 

or 
American Lowline 
Angus Cattle 

These Angus cattle are shorter in stature
than the commercial Angus that most
people are used to seeing today. 

They are very mild-mannered, easy to
handle, develop excellent marbling on
primarily pasture feeding, and need 
less pasture per animal than the larger commercial cattle.

They are considered by some to be a 
heritage breed, derived from the Aberdeen 
Angus of our ancestors, because they were 
kept in a controlled study for many years
in Australia, without the addition of other
breeds to their Angus bloodlines.

The Fullblood Lowline Cattle are naturally polled (hornless), are normally black in
color, although there have been some 
reports of red genetics. 

The Fullblood Lowline Bulls can be used to breed larger commercial cattle, especially 
heifers, because their calves are smaller, 
and there is less chance of birthing complications.  Even though they are shorter
in stature, it does not present much
problem with taller cows,
they know how to get the job done.





Lowline Cow eating hay from homemade square bale feeder. 
 

 
 

   FULLBLOOD AUSTRALIAN LOWLINE ANGUS
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        OUR FULLBLOOD COWS

FF 3095 - Beth
Sire - FM 1078 BCR Luke's Bramble LD02
Dam - FF 1425 Bar J Nell 9J25 2M31

 
                      CONTACT US: 
TRIANGLE MINI FARM
2091 14TH ROAD
BARK RIVER, MI. 49807
906-466-2997
 email:  tmfarm@charter.net

Two Lowlines between Two Regular Size Cows
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