'Live like you’ll die tomorrow, farm like you’ll live forever.'
Cullendore High Country has been cattle country since European settlement. Over the past decade we have been setting aside the forests on our property as a wildlife reserve. This has been done by fencing our cattle out of significant areas of our property. We have fenced off the major creeks and the Maryland River as well as many hectares of sclerophyll forest.
The remaining land is used to breed Angus cattle.
Our management focus is to promote a healthy, biologically diverse ecosystem and to use this to sustainably produce quality, grassfed Angus beef.
The cattle graze in valleys throughout the property and you will see our cattle from some of our campgrounds. We encourage any visitor who is interested, to talk to us about any aspect of our cattle breeding. We believe that food security is one of the central issues facing our country and the planet as a whole. It is imperative that we deal with this issue while managing our natural resources in a sustainable way.