The North American International Livestock Exposition Junior Limousin Show was November 12 at the Kentucky State Fair Livestock Facility in Louisville. John Stika from Manhattan, KS judged the 60-head show. He complimented the exhibitors for the depth and quality of the show.

Exhibiting the grand champion female with the Division III winner was Austen Etherton of Dawson, IL. EXLR 231J, a April 1999 polled daughter of Wulf's Guardian, weighed 1,398 lbs. and posted a WDA of 2.47 lbs.

Leading out the reserve grand champion from the Division II spot was Zach Weldon of Piedmont, OK. EXLR Lady 311J, a July 1999 black, polled daughter of EXLR Polled Benchmark, weighed 1,222 lbs. and had a WDA of 2.49 lbs.

Showing the champion bred and owned female was Brian Deatsman of Leesburg, IN. Deatsman's Kashmir 050K is a March 2000 black, polled daughter of Wulf's Forty-Niner.

Limousin is the largest Continental breed registry in the United States. Limousin is the leader in Muscle Growth Efficiency and is the ideal compliment to British cross cows. For more information, contact www.nalf.org.

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