Stratland prides itself on producing quality cattle on quality pastures in quality soil in the Coorong region of the Lower Lakes in South Eastern Australia. Stratland Black Angus Coorong cattle are home grown, hormone free, free range and pasture fed on the rich natural grasses of lucerne, barley, veldt and primrose. Naturally seasoned from the crisp, clean, salty air of the Coorong and the Great Southern Ocean.

“What we put in, is what you get out”

Our effort is recognised by our results. Carefully selected genetics and the tranquilty of the Coorong create an environment for our cattle to breed and grow with an even temperament and calm nature. We believe that the more nutritious and delicious the food that our cattle are eating the more nutritious and delicious they will be and taste – you will taste the difference.

“Only the best quality will do”

At Stratland, the highest quality cattle are selected to graze the lush lucerne, barley, veldt and primrose pastures of the Coorong – all natural, all green to produce the best quality, healthy cattle – naturally.

The Seven Mile

In 1956, AE Stratton purchased the 1901 Methodist church on Seven Mile road at Meningie as a holiday destination for his growing young family. Throughout the seventies a young Alfred junior, Keith Wayne and Martin Zeugofsge spent many a week-end with their young families practicing their trades – building a kitchen, bathroom, laundry and bedrooms. Three generations have enjoyed the Coorong at the Seven Mile in all its majesty. At the turn of the century, the church was meticulously restored to its former glory. During this time, the neighbouring property, was purchased. In 2011, the old Hayman’s dairy joined the Stratland group. Paddock’s were renovated, pipelines restored, fences re-established, infrastructure developed and then it was stocked with prime black angus cattle. Today, Stratland runs quality, home grown, free range, grass fed black angus cattle on quality pastures in quality soil.





1168 Seven Mile rd, MENINGIE SA 5264