Miniature Hereford Network is a group of breeders dedicated to developing
the miniature Hereford sector worldwide. The network provides new
breeders with access to quality stud breeding cattle and embryos
story began in 1974 with a 19-year Australian research program that
used a closed herd of 85 Angus cows at the Trangie research center.
The intent of the study was to establish whether large or small animals
were more efficient at converting grass into meat.
All Canadian Lowline Cattle are DNA parentage verified back to the Australian herd book. Since 2001 all Canadian Lowline Cattle are registered through the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation at Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.