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Te Mania Angus
Te Mania Angus
Te Mania Angus

Angus cattle with proven performance

Providing leading livestock genetics to commercial herds which deliver profit.

At Te Mania Angus we breed sound, quiet and highly fertile cattle.  We focus on calving ease, growth and exceptional carcase quality using genetic selection based on the analysis of objective data collected from our nucleus breeding herd, commercial herds, lotfeeders and processors.

With a focus on the end product, our aim is to enable Te Mania Angus clients to build high quality commercial breeding herds producing progeny which meet strict market specifications.

Bulls are sold by auction, in March at the Southern Autumn Bull Sale  at Mortlake headquarters in Victoria, and in August, at the Northern Spring Bull Sale , Walgett, NSW.  Both sales are interfaced online using AuctionsPlus.

Te Mania Angus sires are extensively progeny tested and recorded through Team Te Mania, which is a coalition of 40+ beef cattle herds across SA, Victoria and NSW.   This marketing alliance and progeny test uses latest cutting-edge genetics to fast-track commercial production.

Breeding over 700 bulls each year, volume lines of bulls are available for private sale.  Senior stud cows representing some of the herds most successful maternal lines are available, along with high-quality ET recipients.  Semen from leading Te Mania sires is also available for sale.

Te Mania Angus practices sustainable farming, ensuring the land is improved for generations to come.  Waterways and native bush which act as shelter-belts are fenced off, and natural farm inputs are used to nourish the soil.

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