Shorthorns in Australia
The Shorthorn breed keeps the oldest breed registry in the world. In 1825 the first registered Shorthorn cattle arrived in Australia, imported by Potter McQueen in Scone, NSW.
By 1890, Shorthorn cattle accounted for 50% of all temperate cattle and nearly all cattle in the difficult Northern climate.
Today’s Shorthorn cattle are noted for their excellent maternal abilities, temperament, growth and meat quality, particularly marbling.
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