Murray Grey Cattle Australia

Sold on November 16 at the Inverell Regional Livestock Exchange. 11 Murray Grey cross steers (Top of the Range bloodlines) averaged 277.27 kg at 670 cents/kg for an average of $ 1857.73 a head

Beef Week is coming back for 2022! If you’d like to get involved in this event click here for more information.


The Beef Breeders index has a national index and the 2022 registrations are now open.

If you’d like to be listed, follow the link below. The fees due are as follows:

Stud listing $110 inc GST

Secondary breeds and youth members can list for $55 inc GST


Scholarships are now available through Women & Leadership Australia to encourage more women to step into leadership roles and to support the further development of current women leaders in the Farming and Agriculture Sector.

Partial scholarships of $1000-$5000 will support participation in one of three leadership development courses designed for emerging through to senior leaders.

Apply by 15 December 2021 or find out more at







The Murray Grey Beef Cattle Society was formed in the early 1960’s to register the cattle and to administer the breed, following the successful breeding programs from a number of progressive Murray Grey breeders.

The MGBCS is committed to:

  1. Providing services to members, such as communication, registrations, information, marketing and breed promotion.
  2. Directing the policy for the breed.
  3. Maintaining and improving the economic wealth of the company for the benefit of members.
  4. Ensure the Society adopts best practice for corporate governance in the conduct of its duties.
  5. Promote and be involved in research projects domestically and internationally.
  6. Developing international relationships amongst Murray Grey breeders.
  7. Promotion of Murray Grey cattle domestically and internationally.

The breed has its worldwide headquarters in Armidale, NSW.



Our office has now reopened and is operating from Monday to Friday from 8am. 

Thank you for your patience and understand during the uncertainty surrounding these times.


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