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Vitulus Lowline Stud breeds Redline cattle

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Vitulus Lowline Stud,  located near Brisbane, breeds small structured and docile Lowline cattle. Vitulus Lowline Stud also specialises in breeding Redline, a new breed derived from purebred Australian Lowline.

Wild allele gene carrying animals are joined with other wild allele gene carrying animals to breed the Redline cattle. Vitulus Lowline Stud has already produced the first progeny of Redline. To be classified as a Red Line breed, apart from the red coat, the cattle should have pink or red hooves, pink tongue and nose.

Vitulus Lowline Stud focuses on the Redline breed since red coloured cattle is popular throughout the world. Red colour is heat tolerant and so red cattle can survive in hot conditions. Red is more resistant to sun burned udders and eye cancer. Red Line cattle are less prone to insect infections.

Vitulus Lowline Stud has designed a breeding and probability program that would help it to produce more Red Line cattle. Vitulus Lowline Stud plans to export live Redline cattle to the US as the Redline breed is accepted by the American Lowline Registry. A grade Redline embryos are also produced and sold at Vitulus Lowline Stud. Young stocks with wild allele genes and Red Line semen are also available for sale.

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