Native Genetics at Alto

Native Scottish Angus from Dunlouise cows of the:
  Erica, Cherry Blossom, Jipsey and Ruth of Tillyfour 

Dunlouise Elmarie Y071
Ejeta of Templehouse

"...  Ejeta of Templehouse; she was without doubt the greatest breeding animal I have ever bought. 
She is the backbone of the entire Native project and it is not an overstatement to say that without Ejeta I doubt that the Native cattle would have survived ..  
Ejeta traces back to Emily 332, born in 1852, sired by Old Jock (1), bred by High Watson of Keillor, Angus, Scotland.     
Emily was the dam of Erica (843) sired by Cupbearer (59), bred by the Earl of Southesk, Kinnaird Castle, Brechin, Angus, and sold to Sir George McPherson Grant of Ballindalloch. 
He played a huge part in making the Ericas the largest and most sort after family."           Geordie Soutar


Alto "H" Native hfrs & Alto Hero H9     Spring 2013           sire: Dunlouise Jipsey Earl E161   dam: Dunlouise Elmarie Y071
Alto H Native hfrs & H9


Cherry Blossom

Dunlouise Cherry BlossomFlora F202 

Go to:  Female Lineage of Cherry BlossomFlora F202

"My next purchase was several members of the Cherry Blossom family, which is the only branch to have survived of the Craigo family.     These originated from a mating of Young Craigo with Craigo (260), bred by Captain Carnegie of Craigo, Montrose, Angus."  Geordie Soutar

Dunlouise Cherry Blossom Diva D111
Flora's Dam:     Dunlouise Cherry Blossom Diva D111

Alto Hero HKDH9  
( Nov. 2013)    Sire: Dunlouise Jipsey Earl E161    
Dam;  Dunlouise Cherry BlossomFlora F202

Alto Hero H9

 November 2012

Her son Dunlouise Jipsey Earl E 161  is being used in the Alto herd and we are impressed with his fertility, 

very easy calving, quality, performance, and the character of his calves. 

Alto Highlander H6    
Sire:  Dunlouise Jipsey Earl E161    
Dam:  Dunlouise Elmarie Y075

Alto Highlander H6

Now at Alto in May 2014
Bull calf from Dunlouise Jipsey Clova C095 by Roberto of Newcroft

Alto Keillor K4

Ruth of Tillyfour

Dunlouise Ruby J346

Beauty of Tillyfour 2nd 1180, bred by Hugh Watson, Keillor,  was bought by Mr.M'Combie of Tillyfour at the Keillor dispersion sale in 1860 for 64   The foundation cow of this family Ruth of Tillyfour 1169 was bred by Mr. M'Combie in 1865.     

Ruby 5th of Newcroft  ZAP.T9.19  was bred by Mr William Miller of the famous Newcroft stud in Morayshire.  She was acquired by the Dunlouise stud when she was eleven years old and has been a very important cow in the preservation of this very rare family.   Her third dam is a full sister to Rambler of Newcroft.

Ruby 5th of Newcroft 

This great bull  from the Ruth of Tillyfour family appears many times in the pedigrees of the Native Scottish Angus 
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