Welcome to Beef Shorthorns

The Beef Shorthorn has a history tracing back nearly 300 years. The breed has played a dominant role in the development of the beef industry in Australia from the early days of settlement. The origins of the breed can be traced to the Tees River Valley in northern England, where the Teeswater breed evolved from a cross with a Dutch dairy type. Teeswaters were big framed, heavy horned and attained great weight at five to six years. They were highly valued as beef cattle.

2010 Sydney Royal Easter Show

Grand Champion Beef Shorthorn Female:  Spencer Family Margie's Sugarlips

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Grand Champion Bull : Malton Digger

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Royal Melbourne Show 2009

Malton Duster: Grand Champion & Supreme Beef Shorthorn Exhibit, and Below

Malton Broadhooks Velvet Alicia: Grand Champion Beef Shorthorn Female

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Royal Melbourne Show 2009

Spencer Family Coco's Pink Floyd: Grand Champion Australian Shorthorn Female, and Below

Malton Engineer Grand Champion & Supreme Australian Shorthorn Exhibit

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Sydney 2009 Champions

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Malton Digger

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