Beef & milk

All our livestock are open range and grass-fed on pastures.

We raise Aberdeen Angus cattle for beef production. It is a hardy breed that is easy to handle and produce a premium quality meat product.

Our dairy cows are Holstein Friesian, the world's highest-producing dairy breed.

Grass-fed beef


Grass-fed beef comes from cattle that are only raised on grass or other forage. It is considered to have certain health benefits compared to other types of beef, such as less total fat and more heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids.

We produce grass-fed beef in Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, Romania and Uruguay. Our Aberdeen Angus cattle spend all their life outside, where they graze on pasture and natural grasslands. This produces a wonderful, marbled meat full of flavour.

We continually seek to improve our Aberdeen Angus genetics, from the modern large frame to a more robust, sturdier and smaller animal, which have easier calvings and lower maintenance requirements.

In Uruguay, our grass-fed beef production has achieved certifications guaranteeing that our cattle are raised open range, antibiotic and hormone free and have full traceability throughout their lives.




Milk contains a wide variety of vitamins and minerals, which are among the many nutrients that humans need, such as calcium, protein, vitamin B2, vitamin B12, potassium, phosphorus and iodine.

We produce over 20 million litres of milk annually on our dairy farm in Tasmania. The favourable Tasmanian climate provide excellent conditions for our 3,500 dairy cows, allowing them to graze on lush, green pastures all the year round.

By combining the latest dairy technology, animal welfare practices and environmental stewardship, our dairy team is proving that milk production can be both efficient and sustainable.

In 2013, Clovelly Dairy was awarded the Tasmanian Landcare award "Innovation in Sustainable Farm Practices".


Dairy beef


At our Clovelly Dairy farm in Tasmania, we have recently started raising male calves for meat production. Today, we have an annual production of about 1,000 dairy beef calves.

The decision to raise male calves was born more out of ethical concerns than economic reasons. By raising our male calves, we ensure that our dairy operation is not wasteful which is in line with our vision.

Research also indicate that the overall climate and environmental impact of dairy beef production is about one third less than that from traditional beef production.