Dexter Cattle are a small dual purpose breed which originated in Ireland. Dexters stand an average of only 44 inches at the shoulder.
Lowline Cattle are a selected strain of Angus Cattle bred for smaller stature and efficiency of red meat production. Mature Lowline bulls generally fall into a range of 40-48 inches measured at the shoulder.
The potential benefits of crossing Dexter cows with Lowline bulls is that you get a beefier animal which still can be used for small scale milk production. Also, the Dexter's horns are lost in the first generation of crossbreeding, and the Dexter x Lowline cross is a polled (hornless) cattle.