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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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She is sired by an unregistered Limousin bull by Sablier and is out of a Limousin cross dam which was bought as a heifer with calf from Mark Towers, Colt Park.
The tables were turned at the National Limousin Show and and again at Harrogate, with Mini M taking the reserve title as the heifer champion.
The entry included only a few stronger sorts but these sold to a top of pounds 1010 for a Limousin cross heifer from N A Farr, Grosmont, also selling steers to pounds 1000, with an over-age bullock from W B Price, Llanddeusant, selling to pounds 1070.
Fogg's social history begins with her thesis that shortages of food, fuel, and housing, the crucial material needs of everyday life, shaped French responses not just to Vichy but to "outsiders" and "undesirables" in the Limousin during the war: Alsatian evacuees, nomadic Gypsies, and foreign and French Jews.
29] Corbin, who has written extensively on the Limousin and the stonemasons, argues that the latter "resist[-ed]" the influences of the city by constructing a self-imposed "apartheid," their boardinghouses serving as a kind of "village submerged in urban society.
His heifer was by a Limousin bull that was a Welshpool champion two years ago, and out of one of his own Limousin cross Friesian cows.
At Harrogate, she was named Limousin heifer and overall Limousin champion before going on to clinch the top ticket.
A TOP Limousin breeder is to hold a reduction sale at Shrewsbury next month.
FIGURES from the British Cattle Movement Service (BCMS) show the numerical superiority of Limousin sired beef cattle within the British Beef industry.
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.
Moreover, Cowporation is based in a region where we are only able to let Limousins graze in the pastures for approximately two months annually due to wet circumstances of the Dutch Polders.
But it was young Limousin cow called Relko Troy, now a dowager of 22 years, that was the foundation of their herd of golden-coated Limousins that now numbers 145 breeding cows.