Woodbury, Georgia – January 1, 2010 – Effective January 1, 2010, Lemmon Angus at Kensington’s name will be changed to Kensington Cattle Company. The goal of the name change is to best reflect the company’s ownership and management for the Registered Angus cattle program.
“We are excited about the future as we continue to expand and build on the cow herd purchased from Harvey and Nina Lemmon in 2008. Our focus will be to serve our customers, meeting their growing needs for superior Angus cattle for both purebred and commercial cattlemen,” said Dan Beckham, owner of Kensington Cattle Company. “My history with this program has humble beginnings, working with Mr. Lemmon for eight years while in High School, through college at the University of Georgia, and two years following college graduation,” explains Beckham.
“I am proud to have Roland Starnes as Managing Partner, together we plan to continue to build on the potential of this high performance Angus cow herd that was founded in 1971.
Roland has been center stage in the Angus business since his graduation from Auburn University in 1982. Together we combine over fifty years of experience and love for the Angus breed.” says Beckham.
“While our program’s name has evolved, our core values remain the same. Kensington Cattle Company is committed to raising Angus cattle in the heart of Georgia that can withstand the severe Gulf Coast environment and beyond; building on the legacy of this herd to produce cattle that combine strong maternal traits, production performance and valuable carcass merit for the end user; providing customer’s the highest level of quality herd sires in quantity to those seeking superior Angus genetics. We are committed to the success of our customer through our own actions, integrity and a satisfaction guarantee,” promises Beckham.
For More Information
For more details on the company name change, contact:
Kensington Cattle Company
P.O. Box 539
Woodbury, GA 30293