Welcome to Glenwarrah Herefords & Booksby Angus

Originally 'Glenwarrah' was the name given to Steve's A.I.S. stud, chosen by Steve and his mother Joyce Collins, combining the two cultures Scottish and aboriginal with 'glen' meaning water and 'warrah' place of honey, for their Tamworth dairying property.

The hereford stud herd of 'Glenwarrah' was established 40 years ago by Steve, whose background came from dairying and a commercial crossbreeding beef operation at Tamworth.  The first stud cows were purchased from Strathleigh Herefords, these cows were mainly by the successful breeding bull Devon Court Coronet 22 with calves at foot by Tummel Jubilee 10. Read more ....

Client News
Noorat Steer and Carcass Competition 2016. Live Judging - Class 1 - Third Place - Hereford Steer weighing 395 KG he went on to win the Carcass class with a kill weight of 223 KG Class 4 - Third Place - Group of Three Steers weighing 405 KG, 395 KG and 425 KG av. 408 KG. They went on to win Class 4 in the Carcass.
In 2014 a draft of Glenwarrah Hereford and Angus Steers were sold to Stephen and Amanda Spinks, Gulargambone NSW for $ 2.00 / KG. The 6-7 month steers averaged an excellent curfew weight of 298 KG's.
Two tooth grass fed steers weighing an average of 728kgs by Glenwarrah Hereford Bulls out of Charolais X Santa Cows bred and fattened by the Liddle Family, ‘Cedar Valley’, Wandoan in 2014.