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Limousin foundation welcomes 42 new members

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The North American Limousin Foundation welcomed 24 new regular members from Dec. 1, 2009, to Feb. 28, 2010. It also added 18 youth members to the roster of its North American Limousin Junior Association.

"NALF and its junior program exist to enhance success for Limousin breeders," said Kate Maher, the organization's director of activities and services. "By belonging and working together, they are able to market the breed effectively, gain access to progressive genetic technology and create networking opportunities that enhance lifelong learning."

Active NALF and NALJA members are entitled to vote at their respective annual meetings; qualify for special rates on member services and participation in breed events; and have access to the secured, members-only portion of the NALF website at http://online.nalf.org.

The lists of new regular and junior members follow, sorted by state then city.

Regular members include: Tall Oaks Farm, Bentonville, Ark.; Glenn Williams Farms, Berryville, Ark.; Kaleb Smith, Decatur, Ark.; T Hill Limousin, Dover, Ark.; Andrews Limousin Farm, Carnesville, Ga.; A&A Cattle Co., Statesboro, Ga.; Haase Limousin, Rockton, Ill.; LF Limousin, Sullivan, Ill.; Niger Creek Limousin, Bunker Hill, Ind.; Olson Limousin Farm, Carlisle, Iowa; Holt Cattle Group, Clinton, Mo.; Pinnell's Limousin, Cuba, Mo.; B&B Cattle Co., Nevada, Mo.; Dennis Hallowell, Norwich, Ohio; Brent Buford, Hulbert, Okla.; Bart Wright, Miami, Okla.; Elmore Cattle Co., Prue, Okla.; CG Ranch, Sapula, Okla.; J&T Limousin Farm, Stratford, Okla.; Fleener Show Cattle, Biglerville, Pa.; Lone Star Farm, Gap, Pa.; Michael and Judy Hetrick, New Bethlehem, Pa.; Galusha Hills Cattle Co., New Florence, Pa.; and Bigwoods Limousin Farm, Limestone, Tenn. Junior members include: Cody McDonald, Hope, Ark.; Mark Kubica, Deltona, Fla.; Emma Ahrendsen, Sioux Rapids, Iowa; Cole Youngblood, Columbus, Kan.; Peyton King, Winfield, Kan.; Lani Lebeouf, DeRidder, La.; Jordyn Jones, Carthage, Mo.; Lydia Hunt, Frohna, Mo.; Jodee Mudd, Knob Noster, Mo.; Jordan Mudd, Knob Noster, Mo.; Erika Hood, Hitchita, Okla.; Tayhlor Elmore, Prue, Okla.; Taylor Rizzuti, Prineville, Ore.; Jordan Reeder, Brush Creek, Tenn.; Winnie Combs, White House, Tenn.; Witt Combs, White House, Tenn.; Destin Counsil, Madisonville, Texas; and Travis VanZanten, Lynden, Wash.

The North American Limousin Foundation (www.nalf.org), headquartered in Centennial, Colo., provides programs and services--including genetic evaluation of 5,000 active sires--to more than 4,000 members and their commercial customers. The Limousin breed and its Lim-Flex hybrid lead the beef industry in muscle-growth efficiency and ideally complement British breeds.



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