Paraway operates beef breeding, growing and grass backgrounding enterprises across all areas of its operations. The Northern properties run a Brahman and Brahman x herds, servicing a range of markets including feedlots and processors. The Central properties run an Angus breeding herd, producing high-quality Angus and Angus x Wagyu progeny, destined for high-value supply chains and restaurant tables. Several properties in the Southern region also run trade cattle or finish Paraway bred cattle when conditions permit. Paraway has around 220,000 head of cattle producing in excess of 30 million kilograms of beef per annum.


From its initial purchase of iconic sheep stud Pooginook, Paraway has grown its sheep breeding and growing enterprises to include properties in Central and Southern NSW and Victoria. With a flock of up to 250,000 head, Paraway produces over 1.46 million kilograms of wool per year and sells 170,000 sheep to processors and restockers, making both wool and sheep meat important commodities to the business.


In addition to extensive livestock operations, Paraway has over 17,000 hectares of dryland cropping and 3,400 hectares of irrigated crops, producing a variety of cereal crops (for both sale and fodder cropping), legumes, rice and cotton. A substantial amount of grain and hay produced is retained for use in the sheep and beef enterprises.