Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus

Welcome to the Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus Facebook! Our traditional Aberdeen Angus have no imported bloodlines. We are working with original British genetics and are currently using bulls which date back at least 50 years; bringing new life to old bloodlines. These line bred cattle maintain the original identity of the Angus breed – setting the type. This unique herd provides grass finished beef for superior eating quality. The genetic strength of these line bred cattle, leads to uniformity and efficiency, and is the blueprint of the Native Angus breed - the way forward into the 21st Century. Back to basics with these forage efficient cattle! For more information or to get in contact please see our website: www.dunlouiseangus.com Or phone us on: (+44)1307 462784 (+44)7860 825 324
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Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus1 month ago
Happy New Year!
Been a busy time for us so been quiet on the socials front!

Snapped a photo of Dunlouise Just Eck- a 20 month old steer who is 600kg on grass, hay and silage. Trust in Natives to create first rate beef on grass alone!
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Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus2 months ago
Wishing all friends, customers and anyone else who knows us the happiest Christmas!πŸŽ„πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸ’πŸ¦ŒπŸŽ€βœ¨β›„And here's to a very positive and full 2024 from all the Dunlouise team!πŸŽ„β‹†.ΰ³ƒΰΏ”πŸŽ*:ο½₯:*🦌
Go Native! πŸ˜‰
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Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus2 months ago
Last calf of 2023, a heifer, Jackie Erica. A daughter of Cortachy Boy, 10 days early and this is her up and drinking within 50 minutes of landing! Drawing a very successful and heifer heavy year of calving to a close
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Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus3 months ago
Really interesting day at @macduff1890_ carcasse show! Great to meet some clients and get beef feedback!
Two Native Steers hanging up- 20 and 24 months on just grass grading R4H πŸ‘ŒπŸ·πŸ₯©
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Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus4 months ago
Thank you to Erika Norris Bentsen for our article in The Cattle Mag, Oregon USA, crafted by Louise MRCVS 😜
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Dunlouise Aberdeen Angus4 months ago
Summer is well and truly over on the east coast of Scotland (thankfully we haven't flooded like a lot) but it does mean time for the cattle to come inside.
Highlighting one of my favourites, Jipsey Yorker. A very Jipsey bred pedigree, showing great leg and foot structure. He's been on nothing but grass all summer but has averaged 1.45kg DLWG. High hopes for this lad