Special Limousin-Influenced Feeder-Calf Sales Approach

The North American Limousin Foundation (NALF) is working with nine auction markets in five states to promote special Limousin-influenced feeder-calf sales this fall. The effort is part of the Limousin breed’s commitment to the commercial cow-calf sector.

Contact the following markets directly for more information about their Limousin-influenced sales.


• Centennial Livestock, Fort Collins; Wayne Kruse, (970) 482-6207; Oct. 23

• Winter Livestock, La Junta; John Campbell, (719) 384-4491; Nov. 10


• Russell Livestock Commission, Russell; Ron Werth, (785) 483-2961; TBA


• Missoula Livestock Exchange, Missoula; Kent Kerchal, (406) 728-3052; Oct. 30


• Napoleon Livestock Auction, Napoleon; James Bitz, (701) 754-2216; Oct. 30


• Faith Livestock Commission, Faith; Gary or Scott Vance, (605) 967-2200; Oct. 13 and 20

• McLaughlin Livestock Auction, McLaughlin; John Hoven, (605) 823-4497; Oct. 14

• Philip Livestock Auction, Philip; Thor Roseth, (605) 859-2577; Oct. 14 and 28

• Fort Pierre Livestock Auction, Pierre; Denny or Bryan Hanson, (605) 223-2576; every Friday in October and November

Those wanting help with organizing a special Limousin-influenced feeder-calf sale in their area should contact Frank Padilla, NALF director of member and commercial relations, at frank@nalf.org or (303) 220-1693.

Last year’s special sales provided more than 60 commercial Limousin producers in six states with about a dozen opportunities to market more than 5,200 total head of Limousin-influenced feeder calves.

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