Scrub cattle are cattle that have been roaming the Northern most parts of Australia for hundreds of years. Since the start of cattle ranching in such a vast and inhospitable country there has inevitable been escapes. Its these such cattle that have been wild for over 100 yers that we hunt in the NT ranging in shape and size and even colour as there is no set bloodline. the Scrub cattle are often difficult to hunt as they Are very alert and shy creatures. like most animal species the scrubbier call have male juvenile groups and often large family groups. they sick to heavy forested areas often in the rocky sections of our hunting land. there is thought to be 100000 feral cattle in northern Australia.