Category Archives: South Australia

Miniature Herefords at Bulford Farm

Miniature Herefords for Sale – South Australia

Four Miniature Hereford heifers for sale

  • $1500 each
  • 12 months old
  • All registered with Herefords Australia
  • The heifers are
    • Bullford Buttercup P005 DOB 26/8/18
    • Bullford Bek P002 DOB 23/6/18
    • Bullford Bella P001 DOB 7/6/18
    • Bullford Bailey P003 DOB 25/7/18


  • Hayden Bull Ph 0418 812 334
  • Roshanna Bull Ph 0400 121 726


At our recent AGM we voted a change to the executive. Our new President is Nathan Nixon, Secretary is Alison Livermore and Treasurer is Dianne Davey. Alison and Dianne are Publicity Officers. The remainder of the positions will be listed in the Minutes which will be included in the next newsletter.

One very important outcome from the AGM are our first ever life memberships. Awarded to Julie Stott and Joy Walters, the executive and those present felt their outstanding and diligent contributions to the AMHBN should be recognised. Congratulations and our heartfelt thanks to you both for your extraordinary achievements in respect to breed development and sheer hard work regards the association. The new generation of Miniature Hereford breeders have an easy task because of your expertise and commitment to excellence, and a robust and growing association to take us forward into an exciting future.

Happy end of 2017, Christmas and the SUMMER newsletter is nearly ready to be posted to AMHBN members.

Mini Herefords in the paddock

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.


Don’t forget to visit our For Sale page to see what AMHBN members have for sale here

Mini Herefords for sale

Many of our members have mini Herefords for sale, both horned and polled. There is also some miniature Hereford semen for sale.

Please check out our For Sale page here

You can see details of what semen is for sale here

Mini Herefords in the paddock

Mini Herefords in the paddock


Pestivirus (also known as BVDV – bovine viral diarrhoea virus) causes abortion, ill thrift in young animals, diarrhoea and respiratory disease.

Pestivirus is widespread throughout the Australian cattle population. About 70% of herds are actively infected with the virus. Infection of susceptible animals can cause a variety of diseases, some not apparent until well after the initial spread of the virus in a herd.

Clinical signs that would lead a producer to suspect pestivirus include:

  • Early-term abortion or embryonic loss.
  • Temporary infertility.
  • Increased susceptibility to other diseases.
  • Weak, stunted or deformed calves.
  • Diarrhoea.
  • Respiratory disease.
  • Ill-thrift and wastage

There is an AgFact here, which lists various methods of control, including an annual vaccination (expensive) program.

Information on the required vaccination programme can be seen here