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Article on Miniature Herefords in the HAL magazine
AMHBN is pleased to be associated with the article that appeared in the Herefords Australia magazine - the first one on miniature Herefords since mini Herefords arrived in Australia for this magazine. Click here to read the article.
Mini Herefords at the Melbourne Royal 2013
Miniature Herefords had a great showing st the Melbourne Royal this year. Here are some photos from the event. Here are some of the fantastic results: Winswood Annie and calf, Supreme Champion cow Boomer Creek Mack Supreme Champion bull and Supreme Champion Interbreed Bull Boomer Creek Pamela Champion Heifer Boomer Creek Oscar Champion Junior … Continue reading Mini Herefords at the Melbourne Royal 2013
A Growing Market For A Different Kind Of Cow
Going past the home of Craig and Terri Warren in Altoona, it would be easy to overlook these Herefords; they’re Miniature Herefords, and they’re about half the size of their larger counterparts. If you were to go back about 60 years, however, these cattle would be average size. Read the rest of the story and … Continue reading A Growing Market For A Different Kind Of Cow
Winswood Mini Herefords in the news
Alison and John were recently interviewed by the Weekly Times (a Victorian rural newspaper) with regard to their miniature Herefords and their intention to attend the White Face feature breeds at the Royal Melbourne Show - view the article here about Winswood Miniature Herefords.
Mini Herefords as Freezer Fillers?
Alison Livermore, who runs the 28-acre Winswood Stud in Nar Nar Goon North with partner John Murphy, believes the stumpy legged versions of the standard Hereford - the back of a bull comes up to about waist height - could be more than just a novelty animal that keeps the grass down. This is an … Continue reading Mini Herefords as Freezer Fillers?