In 1788 Captain Arthur Philip set foot ashore in New South Wales, Australia. On his fleet he brought with him 6 cows and a bull. Was it coincidence or foresight, that he had known that this environment offers the perfect conditions for keeping livestock resulting in high quality meat? After all, Arthur Phillip was installed as governor of New South Wales, which was the first European colony on the Australian continent. He became later renowned as the founder of the settlement, which is at this day and age known as the city of Sydney.