The Murray Grey was developed in Australia and is a crossbreed of Angus and Shorthorn cross.
The colour range of this cattle ranges from silver grey to dark grey. It was developed around the 1900s in Australia and can be found around the world in countries such as Japan, US, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
The carcases also have the ability to marble, which makes them a popular breed with lot feeders. This makes the Murray Grey a premium choice for the ever-growing Japanese market. This breed has been highly successful in a number of carcass competitions around Australia and is suited to meet the highest Meat Standards Australia eating criteria for domestic and export markets.