To help us expand our fold and continue to build upon the already strong genetics at Loxley Springs we need to ensure our herds progeny are sent to great homes and breeders who will continue to breed Scottish Highland Cattle.  This allows for room for heifers of different bloodlines to enter our farm to continue the cycle.

If you are intererest in purchasing a heifer, bull or steer, feel free to send us an email via the below link to contact us and be placed on a wait list for when a a calf is born.  This ensures that if you require a bull, that we can set one aside instead of automatically desexing the male for the meat market.  Please note, as with all animals, although they can survive on their own, they need at least one other of the same breed for friendship and happiness.  This doesn't necessarily mean a male needing a female.  A steer for example would always do well with another steer.  They are after all herd animals.

Please send your enquiries to [email protected]

Below you will see Scottish Highland Cattle for sale and examples of cattle sold.

For those who don't know I have included a description list as well:

*  Weaning - When calfs stop drinking their mums milk.  Weaning calfs allows the cow to rest and gain her strength for her next calving.

* Steers (male cattle that have been desexed) - Great for hobby farmers that, although may not be interested in breeding these great animals, love the look of the breed all the same and would love one for a pet.  For those inclined, Scottish Highland cattle have a great marbling low fat meat.  Our steers would be perfect for those that want cattle for the freezer.

* Heifers (females that are yet to calve) - Sold with registration papers.

* Calfs (young cattle, both male and female) - Sold registered and weaned at 7 months of age.

* Cows (female cattle who have had at least one calf) - Sold registered.

* Bulls (male cattle in tact - not desexed) - Our bulls are sold at 7 months of age straight after weaning.

*  Registration Papers - Our cattle are listed with the Australian Highland Cattle Society.  This means that the cattles bloodline can be traced back to it's ancestry.  Buying non registered cattle from other breeders means you don't know who it's parents are or if the cattle are 100% Scottish Highland (parents, grandparents etc could have other cattle breeds bred in).

Marian of Loxley - SOLD!!!

Marian of Loxley is our new heifer calf at Loxley Springs born on 11th February 2017.  She has some good looking parents.  Sire is Prince of Loxley, previously know as "Am Prionnsa Og of Bairnsley (8027)".  Prince has a beautiful temperament, lots of muscle tone, perfect fringe, strong straight back and great legs and feet.  Prince is a show winner and his achievements can be found on the "Scottish Highland Cattle" page.

Dam is Maisie of Loxley, previously known as "Maisie Ban of Bairnsley AI (7786)".  She is a strong footed cow with perfect horns, back, fringe and coat.  Her mothering insticts are exceptional.

Both parents are registered with the Australian Highland Cattle Society.

Marian will be ready to go to her new home on 11th September.  Currently taking expressions of interest.  50% deposit will be required with the balance payable on pickup.

She is drinking mums milk and nibbling on pasture and weeds.  Very healthy young heifer.

Please feel free to email enquiries to [email protected]  

Maid Marian of Loxley - Enjoying the weather at Loxley Springs

Marian's mum, Maisie of Loxley

Marian's dad , Prince of Loxley


Junior is one of Maisie's boys.  12 months of training him with feed and a comb has now paid off and he will go out of his way for a brush.  He is very good natured and has been great around our 11 year old son.

Junior is now 18 months old.  He has a beautiful length fringe, nice coat and nice form to his back, legs and feet.  He comes from very good bloodlines.

He can be brushed all over including his face, fringe, underbelly, legs, and tail.

He would be an asset to any farm.  If you are interested in Junior you are welcome to visit our farm and help us with our daily brushing.

Please feel free to email enquiries to [email protected]

Junior enjoying a brush


Arthur is a red bull calf born on the 1st December. 

He has been socialised with a maremma dog, a labrador and Boer Goats.

His sire is Am Prionnsa Og of Bairnsley (Prince).  Dun in colour.  He is a prize winner at a few cattle shows.  Please see his history on the "Scottish Highland Cattle" page.

The dam is one of Cruachan’s Cows and is red in colour.  She has a nice thick coat, long fringe and great back, legs and feet.

Please feel free to email enquiries to [email protected]  

Arthur checking the paddocks with me

Having a well deserved rest after being bottle fed

Arthur resting with Mia our family Labrador.