Clint Worden established Maine Park in 1989 after being involved with Maine-Anjou cattle since 1985. Clint has been involved with cattle since a child and had a clear understanding of what traits the ideal Maine-Anjou bull and female would possess. Harsh culling in the earliest years of Maine Park and continued culling has established the quality of today’s herd.
Clint and Bridgid purchased a small property in Pyalong in 1998 and continued to breed Maine-Anjou cattle. Maine Park cattle have been viewed at the Royal Melbourne Show continuously for over 15 years, Royal Canberra Show, Mt Gambier, National Beef and many regional shows, with hundreds of ribbons to show the efforts. Some of the notable cattle in the earliest years include, Maine Park Bill, Maine Park Joyce. Maine Park Toby boasting the largest eye muscle at 150, at the age of 30 months at the Royal Melbourne Show in 2006, only fed lucern hay, no grain.
Clint and Bridgid relocated the Maine Park stud in 2009 to the farm Edgecombe, in Knowsley Victoria. The property named Edgecombe was established in the 1890s and provided a perfect platform to expand the Maine Park herd further. The couple soon also established a growing customer base for their Maine Park Maine-Anjou meat and Maine Park bulls to commercial clients.