If you are looking for miniature cattle with the cute factor - we have some! Our beautiful GOLD CREEK traditional White Galloway cattle are born and bred for first-time livestock owners, by first-time livestock owners. Just three minutes from the beautiful heritage town of historic Braidwood, in southern NSW, our cattle enjoy the cooler climate and the friendly country people.
We breed Galloways for the sheer joy of it - it is our hobby. Training our cattle as AAT co-workers is a source of great pride. You can support this work by adopting (sponsoring) a calf or purchasing a mascot. Profits from our sales and calf adoptions support farm animal shelters across Australia. Check us out on
We breed and sometimes sell beautiful miniature cattle. Some are registered full blood and purebred stud cattle. Some are just beautiful miniature cattle. We breed gentle paddock pets, show ring performers and Animal Assisted Therapy co-workers. Our cattle are all small; they are all cute, and they are all very, very user-friendly. We walk among our herd and handle our miniature cattle several times a day, every day.
The Totally Wild team thought our GOLD CREEK miniature cattle were amazing and... totally tame.
The integrity of our GOLD CREEK Galloway herd is of paramount importance to us. Therefore, we source only the best genetics and the most diverse bloodlines. Our cows must pass a very rigorous selection process for breeding. Our bulls are very carefully chosen and must be registered or listed, and DNA tested. The DNA testing of any herd member is welcomed. All stud bulls are DNA tested. Chosen for their genetic excellence, our stud breeding cows and bulls have sweet temperaments, solid conformation, and high fertility.
These miniature cattle are low maintenance and do not need brushing. We spend time with them simply because it is a thoroughly enjoyable thing to do.
Having fun with one of our GOLD CREEK bull calves. Our mature bulls must have a gentle nature.
If you are a small acreage owner, and you are looking for small cattle that will further enhance your lifestyle, then most of the miniature cattle breeds are well worth considering.
Most miniature cattle are perfect if you want cattle that:
1. Need less expensive infrastructure. (Less wear and tear on your wallet)
2. Are environmentally friendly. (Less wear and tear on your land.)
3. Are smaller and, therefore, easier to handle. (Less wear and tear on you.)
Our White Galloways are perfect if you want all of the above and then some. Not all miniature cattle are 'born equal'.
Do you also want beautiful small white cattle that:
1. Are docile and love to be handled? (No extra strength and expertise required.)
2. Are non-selective grazers that cohabit with wildlife? (Environmentally friendly.)
3. Are good mothers that calve unassisted? (No expensive vet bills)
4. Stand in the paddock with you while you brush them?
5. Allow you to halter them in the paddock?
6. Make your friends and family want to visit them (and you)?
7. Make your neighbours look over the fence green with envy?
8. Look drop dead gorgeous in the paddock?
9. Are very easy to sell? (But, only if you can bear to part with them)
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then you need to take a much closer look at our miniature cattle.
In case you thought it was all fluff and fun here; we are also breeding show ring performers. February 2015 saw our first GOLD CREEK bull enter the show ring. GOLD CREEK Kincaide has a promising future in the show ring.
GOLD CREEK Kincaide at the 2015 Royal Canberra Show. (In the show ring with Bert Barras) Read more
Located near beautiful Braidwood in Southern NSW, Australia we breed seriously quiet, small white cattle for the sheer pleasure of it. Rarely separated from one another, our cows and calves form very strong bonds. Keeping the herd together also allows us to enjoy the wonder of the 'whole herd' experience.
We breed the most adorable, little white paddock pets in Australia. Of course, this is probably just our very, very biased opinion - but please take a look. Let us know what you think!
If you are just a little bit curious about who is taking some of our cattle home click here.
Calf adoption supports farm animal shelters in Australia