Heritage Aberdeen Cattle
Heritage  Aberdeen
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Aberdeen Angus are good natured;renowned carcass yielding nice marbled meat. 
Dunlouise Commander Bond - +86.36 (top 1%)

Dunlouise Cortachy Boy - +84.82 (top 1%) 

Dunlouise Jipsey Earl - +39.51 (top 2%)

This means daughters of these bulls are extremely feed and cost efficient.
"From data submitted by American Angus breeders, Dunlouise Jipsey Earl (Native Angus) is not only a Pathfinder Sire and high in milk production,
but also in the top 1% for calving ease and for heifer pregnancy rates. (AAA epds)”
“The Native Origin Angus are on the critically endangered list”
-Quote from the rare Breeds Survival Trust Watch list, Spring 2009©

The Heritage Aberdeen was formed to protect,restore and promote the  Prime genetic advantage inherent in the original Scottish type Aberdeen Angus cattle.

We recognize the full blood Australian Lowline Aberdeen cattle as a primary and historic source for this restoration effort. The Australian Lowline Cattle were developed from the Angus herd which was established at the Trangie Research Centre in 1929, to provide quality breeding stock for the New South Wales cattle industry.

We have also discovered what has been described as seven of the last pure cow family lines in Scotland, as well as a relic population in New Zealand. In addition the Association has recognized domestic resources from like minded cattle producers that have focused on similar conservatory efforts.

"Getting back to Prime genetics where we belonged."
Our American Aberdeen are extremely well suited to the grass-fed beef production.  They are very docile and easy to handle,naturally polled, structurally correct, and early maturing.
  One very important characteristic is the Ease of calving
Our calves have ranged 35# to 65# . Which allows first time heifer an easier time on their first calving season.