Randall Lineback cattle are medium-sized cattle, and have historically been used for dairy, beef and oxen.
Randalls are defined by the lineback color pattern similar to other lineback breeds. They have dark-colored sides, feet, eye rings, ears and muzzles. The dark color pattern is usually black or blue-black over white.
These animals are vigorous eaters and have strong survival instincts.They are gentle and easy to work, if handled on a daily basis. The bulls are much like other dairy breeds, gentle for the first several years then become less dependable in temperament.