Dexter Cattle Promotion Groups (DCAI)

Toowoomba, Darling Downs and Lockyer Dexter Cattle Promotion Group combines the very experienced Dexter breeders and enthusiastic newer entrants creating a wonderful mix of know-how and enthusiasm. READ MORE...

The Sunshine Coast Dexter Promotion Group has active members from just North of Brisbane to Gympie in the North and Kilcoy in the West. Members from over 40 studs contribute to the huge pool of knowledge and experience. READ MORE...

The Dexter Group of South Coast Queensland encompasses an area from the New South Wales/Queensland border in the south, north to Brisbane and to the west of Beaudesert. Breeders from these areas attend meetings and social events at various locations. READ MORE...

WEST MORETON

West Moreton Dexter Cattle Promotion Group is located in the southeast region of Queensland and includes the areas around Ipswich to the west, Nunango to the north and Boonah in the south. We are a small but dedicated group of Dexter cattle breeders who collectively have and share a great deal of knowledge and experience with dexter cattle.  

Our site page is currently being developed so please visit us again soon.

The Mary-Burnett Promotion Group brings together Dexter cattle owners from  the Gympie Region which is situated between the Sunshine Coast and Wide Bay and just two hours drive from Brisbane. It is a vast area of different landscapes and a wonderful area to own Dexters. READ MORE...

The Queensland Coordinating Committee coordinates the largest Dexter Breed show in Australia. READ MORE...

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Dexter Cattle Promotion Groups (DCAI)

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