Faith Valley Farm - Old Style Scottish Angus

Recovering the ‘Old Style’ Scottish Angus

By using Vintage Semen, closed herds and select sources

Sire Lines

We do not offer semen on these bulls, their photos and descriptions are shown for reference purposes only.

A foundation of excellence
DUNLOUISE KINSMAN
REG: AAA 147634O3, Born June 30, 1997 in Angus, Scotland. Faith Valley has had tremendous success with this sire. On our first collection, we produced 39 quality embryos with him, when bred with Rose B101. Our first five embryo calves were heifers that we have been pleased to place in our herd. Two of these daughters, along with their mother tested the highest in the ANSH testing labs history for ovarian reserves, among all cattle breeds tested to date! The high fertility of these heifers is directly attributable to Rose B101, however it is fair to note that Kinsman’s DNA did not impede that success. With all that said, to not have any surviving photos of KINSMAN was a real shame. As an artist I decided to create this artist concept of KINSMAN, based on the observable characteristics of his sire JUMOR ERIC OF ABERNYTE and his son WOODSTONE KINSMAN. This was accomplished by projecting his sire’s head and massive thickness, along with the notable depth of hind quarter onto KINSMAN’s portrayal, basically reproducing JUMOR with more refinement, by the blending of JUMOR with KINSMAN’S own son WOODSTONE KINSMAN. This portrayal represents DUNLOUISE KINSMAN and shall be used for reference in stock sales of his progeny and their promotion.


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Flyer Shown
Sire of Dunlouise Kinsman
JUMOR ERIC OF ABERNYTE
Born June 3, 1962, in Scotland

In the MLC Progeny Test of Aberdeen-Angus JUMOR ERIC OF ABERNYTE’S progeny were top in slaughter weight, carcass weight and daily liveweight gain from birth to their October weighings.

This was according to the ‘vintage ad’ shown at left by the Scottish Milk Marketing Board in the early 60’s.

Son of Dunlouise Kinsman
WOODSTONE KINSMAN 6568
Breeder and owner: Woodstone Angus Ranch, New Ulm, Texas


DUNLOUISE JIPSEY EARL E161
From Angus Scotland

DUNLOUISE CUP BEARER H283
From Angus Scotland

ROBERTO OF NEWCROFT
From Angus Scotland

DUNLOUISE NEWMAN S615
From Angus Scotland

BANGLE OF WYE UMF 9480
From University of Maryland, Queenstown

DUNLOUISE CURVE BENDER S611
From Angus Scotland


The following Bulls are vintage ‘Old Style’ Angus over 57 years old!

Shown for reference, he was the breed’s first 100% Certified Meat Sire and the Sire of our Emulous Sire Line ‘Vintage Semen’ resources.

EMULOUS BOB OF K PRIDE
Reg. AAA 3336024 Born – Nov 12, 1960
Emulous Bob of K Pride is the sire, grandsire and great grandsire of Faith Valley’s Certified Meat Sire breeding program. “Emulous Bob of K Pride is the only 100% CMS sire of any breed to sire a 100% sire who in turn, sired a third generation 100% CMS sire. He sired an impressive total of nine sons along with 17 grandsons and 17 great-grandsons who each qualified for the prestigious CMS designations.” Quote taken from Angus Legends Special Edition Vol. I of II, page 196. Faith Valley is using the vintage 60’s sons; EMULOUS TN 70 a 2nd generation CMS, EMULOUS MASTER 209 a 3rd generation CMS and SPUR EMULOUS MASTER C361 the world’s first 4th generation CMS and the world’s first Golden Certified Meat Sire.

ALGOMA BARDOLIERMERE 46
Reg. AAA 3617847 Born: February 20, 1962
He was an early 60’s era ABS Semen Catalog Sire. His photo was provided by the American Breeder’s Service achieves.

He was a thick, wide well muscled bull of the early 60’s and was particularly recognized for making excellent daughters. ALGOMA’S semen has been tested through the AAA and found FREE of any and all defects. His results are AMF, NHF, CAF and DDF.

BARDOLIERMERE 54 GMR
Call name ‘DOR MAC’
Reg. AAA 4098871 Born – April 7, 1963
He was also an early 60’s era ABS Semen Catalog Sire. His photo was provided by the American Breeder’s Service achieves.

‘Dor Mac’ as he was called, was produced from the famous ‘O Bardoliermere 2 Sire Line’ and was a very heavily muscled Herd Sire with tremendous width and volume The vintage semen of this bull provides a genetic doorway to the early 60’s when the Angus cattle were square built and moderate in size.

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