About Lord Cattle
James breeds cattle for the domestic and livestock cattle trade from his properties, May Downs, situated 30 kilometres West of Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia and Nottingham Downs and Wick,100km South of Hughenden, North Queensland. The cattle herd consists of approximately 12,000.00 composite Brahman Cattle in these various locations.
The operation of Lord Cattle evolves around a breeder herd based on May Downs Station and a fattening block, Nottingham Downs & Wick.
Our station's practices Natural Stockmanship Techniques, rotational grazing, grass monitoring and paddock measuring.
The Lord Cattle livestock herd for over 40 years have culled on temperament and fertility.
The cattle are bred predominantly for the feedlot and domestic meat-works market and the export market.
The herd has a Bos Indicus base for adaptation to our environment. James introduced some time ago Boran Tuli into the herd and has been using Angus Brangus and Senegus ,(Senepol / Angus), bulls over his herds.
Lord Cattle Vision
Our vision for Lord Cattle is to obtain an ecological and economically sustainable beef grazing operation.
Our vision for Lord Cattle is to be within the top 5% of Beef Producing properties in North West Queensland.
We would like to address all issues such as beef production, pasture management, best economic practices, marketing, human resources and animal psychology so as to achieve a holistic approach to this business.
Our aim with Lord Cattle is to create a learning environment where all people can develop to the best of their ability.
Honesty and integrity are important aspects or our vision.
Our family based business has cattle stations situated in the North West Regions of Australia.
The Composite Cattle herd comprises of approximately 12,000 head. These are bred on a very strict temperament and fertility business program.