Welcome! We have a growing, dynamic group of Murray Grey breeders and enthusiasts who are joined together in promotion of this wonderful breed of cattle.
Our aim is to educate the general public about the numerous positive qualities of Murray Grey cattle, and to provide our membership with an easy, low cost system of registration for their cattle. Our annual membership fees are very low, and we have a prompt cattle registration system for our members.
Murray Greys are calm to work with and are known as the “gentle builders of beef”. Their good nature is especially important to part-time producers; ease of handling saves time, money, and temper!
Murray Grey calves are small and quick to their feet. They grow quickly and are adaptable to all climates. Many commercial producers buy a Murray bull to use on first calf heifers and are pleased enough with the results to use the bull on all their herd.
Murray Greys are one of the two preferred breeds for importation to Japan, due to their easy fleshing and high quality meat production.
Willow Branch Farms has been raising quality Murray Greys for over 10 years in south central Wisconsin with more than a few of their foundation cows originating from Eagles Run Ranch in Livermore, CA. Owner Jamie is experienced in AI, having formerly used semen by Banksia Ridge Zorro, Bundaleer XRoads and others but most recently Jamie imported new genetics from Wallawong in Australia. If you're looking for great genetics in a moderate frame, give Jamie a call!
Haylee, a new bride from Atkins, AR is taking her future seriously by realizing the advantages of using a purebred Murray Grey bull to cross over her Charolais heifers/cows. We're anxious to watch how this "cross" does for her and hear her thoughts. If you would like to know more about this cross, drop Haylee a line. Her first Murray Grey x Charolais calves will arrive spring 2019!
Using foundation sire LeBlanc Paddy (Eagles Run Bluebell x HD Total Eclipse) for 3 years and breeding up from Gelbveigh females, Ralph is building a fine herd of percentage Murray Greys which he will one day pass off to his grandson Matthew Tuey.
Together they also operate a lucrative hay business.
Our registrar is Canadian Livestock Records Corporation (CLRC). Their website maintains an alphabetical listing of our members, as well as a list of all the member’s animals, complete with pedigrees. Internet registration is also available.