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The Eastern Lowline Angus Association (ELAA)
is a regional association focused on promoting small-framed Angus cattle, American LOWLINES, in the eastern United States.

The ELAA was established in January 2008 and has been responsible for providing outstanding opportunities for Lowline producers to promote their cattle east of the Mississippi. In our short history, we have had five shows at the North American International Livestock Expo (NAILE), in Louisville, KY.

The ELAA has provided support for Ohio Beef Expo, New York State Fair, and The Big E. We have also supported independent Lowline shows in Lebanon, TN and Honey Brook, PA.

The ELAA also publishes a newsletter via email to all our members to communicate with the membership.  Items include event announcements and information that is pertinent to raising Lowline cattle.

Don’t forget if you are in the market for Lowlines, the East has quite a few quality animals for sale on our classified page.

ELAA Membership Info:
Association membership is open to ALR Lowline breeders who live within the states east of the Mississippi river our current membership states: Alabama, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont,
Virginia, and West Virginia.

In today’s agricultural climate, everyone from the commercial operations to hobby farmers are looking to decrease inputs and increase
output…this is a breed that answers both of those concerns with a straight on resounding YES!  Lower feed cost, higher stocking raise,
ease of handling and calving what more can a cattle person ask for in today’s’ market!  Lowlines are simply put--the best breed to meet the challenges … Take a few minutes to look over our site and read the facts about Lowlines and ELAA events. Feel free to contact any of the members listed, we ARE sure they will be MORE than happy to talk cattle with you!