Limousin

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Limousin

dark yellow, beef or draft breed of cattle.
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Limousin beef bull. By permission from Sambraus HH, Livestock Breeds, Mosby, 1992
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The Robertson family has been involved with the Limousin breed from the very start of its British history.
Hope House Amy was awarded best Limousin female, then the Limousin championship and finally the award for the champion continental bred animal at the prestigious two-day show.
The recently released figures show that 709,122 Limousin sired cattle were issued with passports in 2005.
At the time Mr Robertson helped bring Limousins to Britain, they were only the second Continental breed to come here, after the Charolais.
The Robertsons run 10 Limousin bulls as service sires in their herds which jointly total more than 400 commercial cows, 90pc of which are Limousin-sired.
Bullocks sold to PS1140 for a Limousin from Messrs Ewart, Belridding, and to PS1075 for an Aberdeen Angus from Messrs Connell, Minsca Farm.
The first calf through the ring was a month-old Limousin bull from D & AJ Jones which sold at PS290.
HARRISON and Hetherington's annual spring sale of pedigree Limousin cattle has attracted the largest collective sale of the breed seen at Carlisle for many years at 418 head.
GH & AH Roberts, Garnedd Fawr, Gaerwen, found themselves in a strong class and were happy to pick up a second place with Limousin cross heifer Mischievous.
Jager Bomb - by a British Limousin bull and out of a British Blue x cow - had earlier been crowned steer champion and Limousin breed champion.
Top price was a suckler bred Limousin bull from KD & DE Millar & Partners, Crookholm Farm, Canonbie.
25 for a strong 765kg Blonde from A J Hepper & Son, who sold Limousins at PS1,237.