Two Byrds
​Murray Grey Beef Cattle

Striving for show quality registered purebred and percentage Murray Grey cattle in Eagle Point, OR.  Our goal is to have a sustainble operation with breeding stock that is gentle and easy to keep.  All cattle registered with the American Murray Grey Association.
Two Byrds Evening Moon
​This silver heifer is 50% Murray Grey out of JB Boulder. Born October 3, 2017 at 76 lbs. She is in our breed up program and registered as 50% MG.

Dam: Two Byrds Smores (Charolais x Hereford)
Sire: JB Boulder (Morgan Rivers Zamora x JB Navarra)

Her dam will be available for purchase in Spring 2018.  She is exposed to Windy Acres Excaliber for Oct 2018 calf.
​Two Byrds Egypt's Shadow
​Born December 9, 2017 this dark heifer is a purebred Murray Grey. She was born 5 days late at 88 lbs.  Watch for this heifer in the show ring!

Dam: VF Creme de Cocoa (MLJ Zayna x Gentle Acres Trojan)
Sire: JB Dust Commander (JB Always Christmas x Willowdale West Wind)


With all the spunk you would expect to see from a calf, this little heifer wags her tail and pesters mom relentlessly (unless she is sleeping).  She is also a lush and will come to people for scratches!
​Two Byrds Fantasy
​Born January 3, 2018 this dark heifer is 50% Murray Grey. She was born at 70 lbs.  Watch for this heifer in the show ring!

Dam: Two Byrds Brownie (black angus)
Sire: JB Boulder (JB Navarra x Morgan Rivers Zamora)


See For Sale page for pricing on this heifer.


​Two Byrds Firefly
Silver heifer born January 14, 2018.

Dam: Windy Acres Cleo's Romance
Sire: JB Boulder (JB Navarra x Morgan Rivers Zamora)


BW 63 lbs




​Gentle
​Moderate
​Naturally polled
​Often times beef cattle are difficult to manage because of their disposition.  Murray Greys are well known for being gentle.  Boulder's owner says that he has the disposition of a labrador.
​Not a mini by any means, these cows are typically 1000 - 1500 lbs and bulls 1800 - 2500 lbs.  Our mature cows are in the 1000-1300 lb range.
​Developed in Austrailia in 1905 - 1918 by breeding a roan Shorthorn cow with black Aberdeen Angus bulls.  The grey calves from that original cow were favored in the predominately Angus area.
Colors, ​colors, colors...
​Purebred Murray Grey cattle can range from light silver (Cleo) to black in color.  White patches above the belly disqualify purebred animals from registration.  The skin is dark (see the nose)-- which helps prevent eye and nose cancers.
​​​Registered Percentage Murray Grey cattle can be any color.  One parent must be registered to qualify for registration. A 7/8 Murray Grey can qualify for purebred registration if they qualify with all the color and skin requirements.