About ALCA

The Australian Lowline Cattle Association (ALCA) was formed in 1992 along with the Foundation Herd. The focus of the Association is to maintain the genetic purity of the breed whilst promoting the Australian Lowline and keeping pace with the ever changing Beef Industry and marketplace.

ALCA is a member association incorporated under NSW legislation, managed by a Council of elected members and supported by a Secretariat.

The roles of ALCA include:

  • Lowline cattle registration
  • membership administration
  • promotion of the breed and the Association
  • a secretariat for member and industry contact
  • promotion of Certified Lowline Beef (CLB) and CLB producers
  • communication and information services in support of the other functions
  • preservation of breed history and data.

For more information, please see the ALCA website.