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ALL-AMERICAN LIMOUSIN FUTURITY HELD IN LAWTON, OKLAHOMA ON JULY 14TH

The All-American Limousin Futurity (AALF) was July 14 in Lawton, Okla., in conjunction with the National Junior Limousin Show and Congress (NJLSC). The AALF is one of the breed's four Medal of Excellence (MOE) Level 1 shows.

Lee Pritchard, Crowley, Texas, sorted 35 purebred Limousin bulls, 110 purebred Limousin females, eight Lim-Flex® bulls and 24 Lim-Flex females. Jary Douglas, Miami, Okla., evaluated 12 bulls and 37 females in a special fullblood Limousin show.

In the purebred bull show, MAGS Romulus won the grand champion banner after winning Division 4. Magness Land and Cattle, Platteville, Colo., exhibited the Jan. 6, 2005, son of GPFF Blaque Rulon. The reserve grand champion purebred bull was EXLR Physique 7200P, the Division 6 champion. The March 30, 2004, son of EXLR Dakota belongs to Express Ranches, Yukon, Okla.

CRSL Roxie 5050R, the winner of Division 5, went on to claim the title of grand champion purebred female. Clay Schilling, Edson, Kan., owns the Feb. 10, 2005, daughter of Carrousels Nasdaq. EXLR Molly 605R followed Roxie out of Division 5 to stand as reserve grand champion purebred female. Austen Etherton, Dawson, Ill., owns the Jan. 24, 2005, daughter of COLE Montana Sky 36M.

Grand champion honors in the Lim-Flex bull show went to CBLR JCL Pirelli 503P, the Division 4 winner and an April 12, 2004, son of MAGS Kaptain America out of BBPB Lim-Flex 50 452 F. Counsil Family Limousin, Madisonville, Texas; Brent Boyce Farms, Marshfield, Mo.; and O.T. Farms Limousin, Fort Scott, Kan., own him. Bohi Land and Cattle Co., Wellsville, Kan., owns the reserve grand champion Lim-Flex bull. MAGS Remote, a Jan. 1, 2005, son of JCL Lodestar 27L out of MAGS 13M, first won Division 3.

EXLR Emma 771R came from Division 3 to win grand champion Lim-Flex female. Brandon Douglas, Miami, Okla., owns the March 23, 2005, daughter of LESF Asphalt 9N out of EXLR Miss Emma 1001L. DVFC Center Fold 918R claimed reserve grand champion Lim-Flex female for Deer Valley Farm, Fayetteville, Tenn. The Division 1 winner is a Sept. 19, 2005, daughter of EXLR Native 7133N out of Vermilion Pride 7054.

In the fullblood bull show, AUTO Rising Star 794R won grand champion after winning Division 1. Pinegar Limousin, Springfield, Mo., exhibited the Oct. 6, 2005, son of COJR High Tide 236M. The reserve grand champion fullblood bull was CCPV Polled Ranbo, the Division 1 reserve champion. The Sept. 19, 2005, son of EAFF Mr Medalist 252J belongs to Pleasantview Limousin, Cushing, Okla.

AUTO Pam 285P, the winner of Division 4, was the grand champion fullblood female. Pinegar Limousin owns the Dec. 15, 2004, daughter of AUTO Cliff Hanger 194D. AUTO Darcie 251P, the Division 4 reserve champion, was reserve grand champion fullblood female. Pinegar Limousin and Belle Shoals Farms, Easley, S.C., own the Sept. 12, 2004, daughter of AUTO Cliff Hanger 194D.

Express Ranches claimed the Premier Breeder honors, and Magness Land and Cattle was the Premier Exhibitor.

The North American Limousin Foundation (www.nalf.org), headquartered in Englewood, Colo., provides programs and services – including genetic evaluation of 5,000 active sires – to nearly 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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