The North American Limousin Foundation is in the business of customer service and genetic evaluation while providing tools to enhance members’ profitability and maintaining integrity of the herdbook.
Through programs and services, it is NALF’s goal to have members’ products be the Continental common denominator in progressive commercial beef producers’ crossbreeding programs for mainstream markets.
Limousin. Valued by members, favored by commercial cow/calf producers, demanded industry wide, and preferred by consumers. Driven by information, technology and sound science.
NALF is governed by a 15 member board of directors. Five directors are elected at each annual meeting of the members for a 3-year term. The annual meeting is held during the Limousin activities of the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado.
Meet the NALF Staff
Ext. 51, Mark@NALF.org
Mark’s responsibilities include: Organizational leadership and direction; Liaison between the board of directors and staff.
|DNA Processing & Accounting Assistant
Ext. 57, Tammy@NALF.org
Tammy’s responsibilities: Accounts receivable for NALF members and LIMOUSIN TODAY; DNA sample submissions; Assist with DNA results; Assist with accounts payable.
|Director of Public Relations & Media
Ext. 61, Mallory@NALF.org
Mallory’s responsibilities include: NALF communications and press releases; NALF.org website manager and updates; LIMOUSIN TODAY editor and ad billing; NALF digital advertising (email blasts, E-Parnters banner ads, NALF.org banner ads); E-Partners e-newsletter; social media; State association communications liaison; Sale downloads.
|Director of Activities
Ext. 43, Katie@NALF.org
Contact Katie for information on: Junior programs; Medal of Excellence (MOE) shows; NALJA Board of Directors.
|Director of DNA Processing & Accounting Operations
Ext. 59, Alison@NALF.org
Contact Alison for: Paying your NALF and/or LIMOUSIN TODAY bill; Bill discrepancies; Request statements; All DNA services; LIMS program; Herd EPD downloads; International import/export paperwork.
|Registry & Member Services Specialist
Ext. 27, Steph@NALF.org
Stephanie is your go-to person for: Membership questions; Registering natural and foreign animals; Recording weaning and yearling weights; Transfers of live animals and embryos; Bull and cow leases; New memberships; NALF-DigitalBeef Member Site questions; Ultrasound results and barn sheets; Mailing certificates, supplies, and promotional material.
Responsibilities: LIMOUSIN TODAY advertising sales for the Midwest and western U.S., and western Canada; Help breeders develop marketing plans; represent NALF at industry events, state events and junior shows, as well as visit make breeder, commercial producer, and feedlot visits.
Responsibilities: LIMOUSIN TODAY advertising sales for the eastern U.S., and eastern Canada; Help breeders develop marketing plans; represent NALF at industry events, state events and junior shows, as well as visit make breeder, commercial producer, and feedlot visits.
Applying for Membership – Any reputable breeder or owner of cattle may become a member of the North American Limousin Foundation by applying for membership. This membership form and the correct fee should be sent to: NALF, 6 Inverness Court East, Suite 260 Englewood, CO 80112-5595
Membership Classifications – There are seven classifications of NALF membership.
1) Annual Memberships ($100 per year) – Annual members of the North American Limousin Foundation are those who have submitted a membership application and annual fee. Annual members shall be deemed active for the year in which the Annual membership fee applies, starting with the established date of initial Annual membership. Each year Annual memberships can be renewed on the anniversary of the initial membership date. Active annual members are entitled to vote in the meetings of the Foundation, receive all work and services at member rates, and access to the secured member site on the web. Annual members are assigned a member number and herd prefix.
2) Lifetime Memberships – (discontinued June 1, 2004) Lifetime members of the North American Limousin Foundation have paid a membership fee and are entitled to vote at the meetings of the Foundation. As of June 1, 2004, Lifetime members may pay an annual service fee that entitles them to active member rates for all work performed by the Foundation and access to the secured member site on the Web. Lifetime members are assigned a member number and herd prefix.
3) Associate Memberships ($50) – Associates may register and transfer cattle through the Foundation but do not have voting or the other rights of an Annual member. Associates receive a herd prefix and member number and are billed at double the active member rates for all registrations performed by NALF. Access to the website is limited. In order for a breeder to become an associate member, a membership application and fee must be submitted to the NALF office.
4) Junior Memberships ($50 one time fee, $25 per year activity fee) – Junior memberships are available to persons under 21 years of age and are issued only in the individual Junior member’s name. No ranch names or partnerships are allowed. Junior members are non-voting members of NALF, but they do have voting rights in the North American Limousin Junior Association (NALJA). The initial cost of a junior membership is $50. This fee activates the Junior membership for the current year and the following calendar year. After this time, Junior members may pay a $25/year activity fee to qualify for active member rates and to show at NALF and NALJA sponsored events. When Junior members reach the age of 21, they must become Annual members to receive active member rates.
5) Founder Memberships – Founder memberships are the first 99 memberships of the North American Limousin Foundation. Founder members are entitled to vote in the business affairs of the Foundation. As of June 1, 2004, Founder members may pay an annual service fee that entitles them to receive active member rates for all work performed by the Foundation.
6) Partner Memberships – Partner memberships may be obtained by two or more active Lifetime, Founder or Annual members of NALF. A member of a partnership may record and transfer cattle under the herd prefix assigned to the Partner membership or under his or her own Lifetime, Founder or Annual membership herd prefix. The Partner membership was designed for groups of members who own donor cows. Lease cows also can be transferred to a Partner membership if the partners involved wish to record calves. The Partner membership fee is $50 for each Lifetime, Annual or Founder membership involved. At least one of the partners must pay the annual service fee for the Partner membership to receive active member rates.
7) Affiliate (X Member) – Affiliates are owners of registered Limousin cattle who are not Lifetime, Annual, Junior, Founder or Associate members. Affiliates do not have a herd prefix and cannot register offspring with NALF. They can transfer cattle and are assigned a NALF number. Most Affiliates are commercial cattle producers who have had registered Limousin bulls transferred to them.
The NALF Board of Directors spent the bulk of its April 2016 meeting analyzing expense, revenue, fees, dues, services and structure for NALF. This review was not only comprehensive internally, but compared our operation and fee structure to other breed associations of similar size. We need to be on a level playing field to compete and promote Limousin to commercial and seedstock producers.
Effective September 1, 2016, registration fees increased $7 per head on each age category along with the LIMS program increasing $5 per head (from $15 to $20). Transfer fees increased $2.00 and $3.00 per head, respectively, on the under and over 60 days of age price categories.
While no one enjoys or wants to increase costs, the board knows it is imperative to offer the full range and quality of service and marketing to Limousin membership. Our pricing structure is at the average of other comparable breeds with this pricing increase.
Current NALF Fees – Use this Self-Billing Worksheet to calculate fees for registrations, transfers, and other services.
The North American Limousin Foundation President makes appointments to several committees each year. These committees exist to ensure certain aspects of the association run properly. They give a voice to the membership by bringing their needs and concerns to the board. The following is a description of the ten committees and a list of their members.
This committee networks with the NALF membership to identify the most qualified candidates for directors to serve on the NALF board and provide leadership for the organization. The committee’s recommendations for directors shall be published in the November issue of the Limousin Today. Nominations from outside the nominating committee must be made to the NALF office no later than Oct. 1.
Committee members: To be named later
Commercial Marketing Committee
Increases demand and commercial market share through advertising, promotion and execution of programs directed to demonstrate and enhance the commercial value of Limousin genetics. They also provide input as to educational efforts directed toward commercial producers and content directed toward NALF members on subjects related to serving the needs of commercial producers. This is the primary committee liaison with alliance entities. They are also responsible for budgets pertaining to advertising, commercial marketing and promotion, and commercial programs.
Chairman: Joey Freund; Staff liaisons: Mark Anderson, Joe Epperly, Frank Padilla; Boar members: Austin Hager, Curt Wieczorek, Dan Hunt, Mark Barker, Fred Wacker, Gene Raymond, Dennis Alt; Members: Mike Smith, Trent Coleman, Joe Moore, Mat Lewis, Andy Bailey, Rick Gaston
Oversees development and execution of NALF’s annual operating budget consistent with long-term board approved financial objectives. Monitor income and expenses on a monthly basis and coordinate with other committees as to executing their plan of work in accordance to approved budget guidelines. Recommend mid-year adjustments to the budget as might be deemed necessary to achieve targeted year-end financial performance objectives. Provide oversight for execution of the board approved investment policy and track performance of investments. Review year-end financial performance including report from auditor.
Chairman: Gary Fuchs; Staff liaisons: Mark Anderson, Joe Epperly, Frank Padilla; Board members: Dexter Edwards, Jim Bob Hendrickson, Bret Begert, Austin Hager
Limousin Today Committee
Explore the commonalities between both parties to decrease duplication of effort, while complementing each other’s actions. As necessary, guide operation and interest in the Limousin Today.
Chairman: Austin Hager; Staff liaisons: Mark Anderson, Frank Padilla, Jennifer Scharpe; Board members: Jim Bob Hendrickson, Dennis Alt, Gary Gates, Dexter Edwards, Chad Settje; Members: Mike Smith
Increase membership, registrations, transfers, and involvement of members in activities of the NALF and their respective state Limousin associations. This committee provides input as to educational efforts directed toward NALF members for more effective production and marketing of Limousin genetics. They are also responsible for budgets pertaining to member marketing activities and for projecting revenue for member registration and transfer activity.
Chairman: Dexter Edwards; Staff liaisons: Frank Padilla, Joe Epperly, and Alison Jones; Board members: Chris Milam, Greg Blaydes, Gary Fuchs; Members: Ty Heavin, Scott Stowers, Bruce Lawrence, Joe Moore
Serve as the committee liaison between the NALF board of directors and the board of directors for the North American Limousin Junior Association (NALJA). Monitor fundraising, expenditures and financial management of NALJA as well as executions of NALJA sponsored activities. Review NALJA action relative to rules and regulations, selection of judges, sites for NALJA events and recognition of NALJA members.
Chairman: Jim Bob Hendrickson; Staff liaison: Joe Epperly, Katie Campbell; Board members: Chris Milam, Bret Begert, Greg Blaydes; Members: Kevin Ochsner, Sean & Brooke Edwards, Amber Parkinson, Brenda Anderson, Anna Johnson
Breed Improvement Committee (Formerly Performance Committee)
Guides the development of NALF’s performance related functions including EPDs, ultrasound data collection, NALF sponsored research, DNA and animal typing-services for parentage and other traits, genetic defects, and genomic-enhanced EPDs.
Chairman: Gary Gates, Staff liaisons: Joe Epperly, Mark Anderson, Brittany Barrick; Consultant: Bob Weaber, Tessa Verbeek; Board members: Mark Barker, Gene Raymond, Joey Freund, Dan Hunt, Curt Wieczorek, Austin Hager; Members: Trent Coleman, Casey Fanta, Mark Haden, Gordon Schuppe, Mat Lewis, Warren Symens
Rules & Regulations Committee
Assist staff in updating materials in the member’s manual, including rules, regulations and by-laws. Guides operation and further development of NALF’s data processing functions to facilitate industry-leading service to members, while enhancing office efficiency in the delivery of such services.
Chairman: Curt Wieczorek; Staff liaisons: Joe Epperly, Mark Anderson; Board members: Gary Fuchs, Bret Begert, Greg Blayes; Members: Greg Blaydes, Warren Symens, Bruce Lawrence, Mark Smith
Increase participation, merchandising value, and satisfaction members receive through exhibiting cattle in NALF’S MOE events. Responsibilities of this committee include: development and execution of the MOE budget including work with official sponsors, selection of judges for Level I, maintain an approved judges list, review and recommend to the board any changes in MOE policies, rules and requirements, select MOE awards, and generally resolve MOE issues as needed.
Chairman: Jim Bob Hendrickson; Staff liaisons: Joe Epperly, Katie Campbell; Board members: Chris Milam, Greg Blaydes; Members: Thad Fosdick, Bruce Lawrence, Clay Schilling, Chris Thomas, Ty Heavin, Heather Henderson, Kelly O’Boyle, Ronn Cunningham, John Pence
This committee is in charge of planning commencement for the 2018 International Limousin Congress Conference.
Chairman: Rebecca Ferda; Staff: Mark Anderson, Joe Epperly, Katie Campbell; Board members: Curt Wieczorek, Joey Freund; Members: Dr. John Edwards, Anne Burgess, Kevin Ochsner, Jerry Effertz, Wayne Vanderwert, Kent Anderson, Bob Mitchell, Brent Fillmore, Kiley McKinna
Looks at and develops new programs, specifically a Limousin branded beef program. They also evaluate the market and beef industry for opportunities for Limousin cattle.
Chairman: Fred Wacker; Staff liaisons: Mark Anderson, Joe Epperly, Frank Padilla; Board members: Austin Hager, Gene Raymond, Chad Settje, Dennis Alt; Members: Jason Gaston, Cash Schilling, Bob Mitchell, Mat Lewis, Terry O’Neill, Jerry Wulf
Manages any new and current positions, along with the executive director, at NALF and helps make hiring decisions.
Chairman: Bret Begert; Board members: Chad Settje, Dexter Edwards, Jim Bob Hendrickson, Gary Fuchs, Austin Hager
NALF produces an annual report at the conclusion of the fiscal year, which runs from September 1 to August 31. The annual reports are distributed at the NALF annual membership meeting held during the annual convention in January at the National Western Stock Show.
Copies of the annual report are available sending your request to Limousin@NALF.org.
The International Limousin Council is the global organization for Limousin Associations around the world. The main purpose and objectives of the ILC are to network with the world’s elite Limousin breeders while coordinating international research efforts; encouraging uniform recording and registration policies; and to highlight and honor efforts that have been made for the benefit of the Limousin breed on an international and domestic level.
Every two years, the International Limousin Congress (ILC) is hosted by a different country. This event first took place in 1973 in France and has been going strong ever since. The ILC event has traveled to numerous countries including: France, USA, Argentina, United Kingdom, New Zealand, Australia, Denmark, Ireland, Zimbabwe, Brazil, Mexico, Italy, and Canada.
The International Limousin Congress prides itself on being an event that not only serves as an opportunity to exchange industry and research knowledge, but also a memorable experience that will leave you captivated with a new culture and heading home with lasting friendships.
July 19-27, 2018, the North American Limousin Foundation will hold the International Limousin Congress in Colorado.
Limousin & Lim-Flex breeders have the opportunity to show off their genetics during the International Limousin Congress. Take the opportunity to display your cattle at one of the following locations:
Pen spaces will be approximately 12’ x 12’ at each location.
Deadline to reserve your ILC Cattle Display is June 1, 2018.
If you have questions or would like to reserve a space, please contact Katie Campbell.
For those that are not able to attend the International Limousin Congress, NALF is offering single meal tickets to a variety of the venues that participants are attending. Order tickets by contacting Alison, Steph or Katie. Tickets must be ordered by June 22 and paid for in full by July 1. No late tickets will be sold.
Join us to welcome the ILC conference participants to the United States! Dinner will be held at the Grand Hyatt hotel in downtown Denver. The Grand Hyatt is located near the 16th Street mall and some of the city’s most popular historic, cultural, and entertainment venues.
Join us for breakfast on the NWSS grounds! Cattle-Fax will be giving folks an overview of the U.S. cattle industry in the NWSS club room.
The Fort combines our love of the Old West with a passion for good food. While they specialize in the “Food and Drink of the Early West,” they explore the culinary past to bring you new frontiers of gastronomy. Featuring fine buffalo, beef, game and seafood, The Fort’s award-winning menu offers a tantalizing selection of old and new foods of the Great West.
Originally purchased in 1901 the 70 Ranch is now a proud member of Weld County’s historic agricultural community. The strive to bring new technologies and best practices to farming ranching, water efficiencies, and conservation. Join us for lunch and a tour of the 70 Ranch to learn about their Subsurface Irrigation Efficiency Project. This project allows scientists from Colorado State University to study the use of subsurface drip irrigations on crops and their impact of drought-like situations on crops irrigated with subsurface irrigation systems.
Grassy meadows and wildflowers. Stately trees along the South Platte River. Mountain vistas and unforgettable sunsets. The Platte River Fort is an event destination like no other in Northern Colorado. It’s a place where rustic Old West meets modern comfort and luxury and where Colorado history comes alive.
The Fort Collins Brewery opened in 1988 and is vital to the distribution of fresh beers to Western regions of the country including, Arizona, California, New Mexico, Utah and more.
With a panoramic view of the scenic foothills of Fort Collins, Colorado, the brewery tour is an immersive experience where you can hear, smell, touch and taste the components that go into some of the world’s most popular beers.
In addition to any of the brewery tours and signature attractions, Fort Collins is the home to the world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales West Coast Team. When the hitch is back from one of their many public appearances, you can get an up-close and personal encounter and have your picture taken with these iconic horses right here in Fort Collins.
During the technical session Dr. Tonya Amen will discuss the new cattle evaluation NALF is transitioning to as we advance to the BOLT NCE in America provided by International Genetic Solutions versus our old Cornell system evaluation for EPDs. She will also address our applications of the genetic profilers we use for Limousin cattle and DNA testing in the United States. We’ll also have a panel of industry professionals discussing the American beef industry on an international level.
A perfect blend of rustic elegance, Spruce Mountain Ranch is a 450-acer premier mountain venue conveniently located just outside of Denver. Spruce Mountain Ranch features two separate properties located over a mile apart, each offering magnificent hand-crafted detail and state of the art conveniences. The design and setting of the ranch makes Spruce Mountain a breathtaking backdrop for any event. Family owned since 1999 Spruce Mountain Ranch provides not just excellent service, but service from the heart!
Fillmore Ranch is now a fifth-generation ranch. Homesteaded in 1917, today it’s Larry with his sons Gary and Brent as well as their families that carry on the tradition. Together, they run over five hundred registered and commercial cows. No matter the end product their goal is to have balanced and functional cattle that have an excellent disposition, calve unassisted, raise a quality calf every year, are efficient converters of forage, and travel on a good set of feet and legs. They are relentless in their pursuit of genetics that meet these standards because they know most of their customers raise cattle in the same environment that they do.
Running Creek Ranch has been raising Limousin cattle since 1979. The last several years they have registered more Limousin cattle than any other seedstock producer. Quality in volume are foremost from their program. Running Creek Ranch annually markets, at private treaty, 250 virgin two-year-old bulls and 300 bred heifers straight from the heart of the program. Performance oriented, range ready bulls and females are produced emphasizing balanced trait selection. For over 18 years, they have been producing superior Limousin cattle that meet the expectations of our commercial customers. Through artificial insemination, they annually utilize the very best calving ease and performance genetics available.
Join us to celebrate a great conference at the Closing Ceremony held at the historic Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs!
Colorado Springs was founded in August 1871 by General William Jackson Palmer and his idea of a first-class hotel came to life; The Antlers, A Wyndham Hotel opened in June of 1883. General Palmer named the hotel “The Antlers” as it housed his large collection of deer and elk trophies which was the envy of many. Although being very successful, disaster struck when on October 1, 1898, the hotel burned to the ground. The hotel was evacuated in time, with no injuries reported; however, the hotel could not be saved. After being rebuilt in 1904, it remained in operation until 1964. The hotel was then torn down and re-built, re-opening the spring of 1967, still in it’s original location. In 1975, the Broadmoor Management Company took over the operation of The Antlers.
All prices are per ticket/person.
Thursday, July 19
|9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.||Attendee arrivals|
|6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.||Opening ceremony & dinner|
Friday, July 20
|7:00 a.m. – 7:30 a.m.||Transportation to National Western Stock Show|
|8:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.||Breakfast – Intro to U.S. Beef Industry|
|8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.||All American Futurity Show|
|12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.||Lunch|
|1:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.||Option 1: Transportation to hotel followed by Denver walking tour Option 2: Stay at the All American Futurity Show|
|4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.||Transportation to offsite dinner|
|5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.||Offsite dinner|
|9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.||Transportation to hotel|
Saturday, July 21
|8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.||Transportation to Estes park|
|10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.||Estes Park activities|
|1:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.||Picnic lunch|
|1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.||Transportation to Magness|
|3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.||Magness Ranch tour|
|5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.||Transportation to hotel|
|6:30 p.m.||Dinner on your own|
Sunday, July 22
|6:30 a.m.||Breakfast on your own|
|8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.||Transportation to Greeley|
|10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.||Activities in Greeley|
|1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.||Lunch|
|2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.||Activities in Greeley continued|
|5:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.||Offsite dinner|
|7:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.||Transportation to hotel|
Monday, July 23
|Before 5:00 a.m.||Attendees check out of Grand Hyatt Denver|
|5:00 a.m. – 6:30 a.m.||Transportation to Cheyenne Frontier Days|
|7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.||Cheyenne Frontier Days pancake breakfast|
|9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.||Cheyenne Frontier Days: Lunch on your own (money provided)|
|3:00 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.||Transportation to Budweiser plant|
|4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.||Budweiser tour|
|5:15 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.||Dinner|
|7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.||Transportation to The Antlers hotel in Colorado Springs|
Tuesday, July 24
|6:30 a.m.||Breakfast on your own|
|9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.||Option 1: Morning on your own Option 2: Technical session at hotel|
|12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.||Lunch|
|1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.||Option 1 or option 2 continued|
|2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.||Transportation to Spruce Mountain Ranch|
|3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.||Activities at Spruce Mountain Ranch|
|5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.||Offsite dinner|
|8:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.||Transportation to hotel|
Wednesday, July 25
|6:00 a.m.||Breakfast on your own|
|7:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m.||Transportation to Fillmore Ranch|
|9:00 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.||Fillmore Ranch tour|
|11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.||Lunch|
|12:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.||Transportation to Olympic Training Center|
|2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.||Olympic Training Center tour|
|4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.||Transportation to hotel|
|4:30 p.m.||Dinner on your own|
Thursday, July 26
|6:30 a.m.||Breakfast on your own|
|8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.||Transportation to activities|
|9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.||Garden of the Gods & Air Force Academy tours|
|12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.||Lunch|
|1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.||Transportation to Running Creek Ranch|
|2:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.||Activities at Running Creek Ranch|
|5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.||Offsite dinner|
|8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.||Transportation to hotel|
Friday, July 27
|6:30 a.m.||Breakfast on your own|
|8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.||Optional activities|
|11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.||Lunch on your own (exception – fly fishing)|
|12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.||Activities continued|
|6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.||Closing ceremony & dinner|
Saturday, July 28
|7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.||Attendee transfers & departures|
State and regional associations are the life-blood of NALF. Below is a listing of state officers for each association. To update this information, email Mallory Blunier at email@example.com.
4-State Limousin Association
Director: Kevin Counsil
Director: Jeff Kirby
Director: Joe Hoot
Director: Leon Stewart
Arkansas Limousin Organization
President: Jessie Swint, Austin, AR
Vice President: Steve Mosher, London, AR
Secretary/Treasurer: Kim Swint, Austin, AR
California Limousin Association
President: Eileen Whitcomb, Marysville, CA
Vice President: David Haugen, Los Molinos, CA
Secretary: Candy Whitcomb, Marysville, CA
Colorado Limousin Breeders Association
President: Joey Freund, Elizabeth, CO
Florida Limousin Association
President: Jason Hutchins, Hawthorne, FL
Vice President: Chad Worley, Hawthorne, FL
Secretary/Treasurer: Wade Rogers, Ft. White, FL
Fullblood Limousin Alliance
President: Stephen Haynes, Bowling Green, KY
Vice President: Robert Stone, Cashion, OK
Secretary: Kim Kosmicke, Cabool, MO
Treasurer: Joe Latendresse, Oologah, OK
Georgia Limousin Association
President: Keith Wyall, Ranger, GA
Vice President: Sid Arnold, Nicholson, GA
Secretary/Treasurer: Lillian Youngblood, Ashburn, GA
Heartland Limousin Association
President: Jim Venner, Breda, IA
Vice President: Bart Mitchell, Boscobel, WI
Secretary: Bob Bosch, Indianola, IA
Treasurer: Randy Corns, Altoona, KS
Executive/Secretary: Dean Summerbell , East Bethel, MN
Illinois Limousin Breeders Association
President: Joan Meyer, Witt, IL
Vice President: Tim Eike, Glenarm, IL
Treasurer: Andy Schmalshof, Avon, IL
Indiana Limousin Association
President: Jerry Eckrote, Macy, IN
Vice President: Jennifer Hankins, North Salem, IN
Secretary: Angie Hunnicutt, Andrews, IN
Treasurer: Kent Waitt, Sheridan, IN
Breed Manager: Carl Griffiths, Kendallville, IN
Iowa State Limousin Association
President: William Long, Afton, IA
Vice President: Bruce Walrod, Moorland, IA
Secretary /Treasurer: Grant & Brenda Anderson, Garner, IA
Kansas Limousin Breeders Association
President: Mark Beikman
Vice President: Kyle Dye
Secretary/Treasurer: Pat Meek, Parker, KS
Advertising/Marketing: Jerry Meek, Parker, KS
Junior Advisor: Jennifer Richardson
Kentucky Limousin Breeders Association
President: Chris Milam
Vice President: William Hurt
Secretary: Kaye Kaufman
Treasurer: Jennifer Shady
Past President: Greg Blaydes
Louisiana Limousin Association
President: Harvey Adams, Lake Charles, LA
Secretary: Gerald Broussard, Abbeville, LA
Maryland Limousin Association
Representative: Chris & Kelsey Thomas, Boonsboro, MD
Michigan Limousin Breeders
President: John Stern, Midland, MI
Vice President: Mary Seidelman, Ionia, MI
Secretary: Lori Anger, Breckenridge, MI
Treasurer: Don Anger, Breckenridge, MI
Minnesota Limousin Association
President: Roger Wagner, Milaca, MN
Vice President: Don Biscoe, Cottage Grove, MN
Mississippi Limousin Breeders Association
President: Greg Ladner, Picayune, MS
Vice President: Wayne Hodges, Leakesville, MS
Secretary: Greta Thornton, Van Cleave, MS
Missouri Limousin Breeders Association
President: Jack Glendenning, Lebanon, MO
Vice President: Ty Heavin
Secretary: Paul Junkans, Henley, MO
Treasurer: Nathan Hunt, Frohha, MO
Ex-Officio: Cole Abele, El Dorado Springs, MO
Heart of Missouri Limousin Breeders Association
President: Mark Haden, Rogersville, MO
Vice President: Mark Middleton, Bourbon, MO
Secretary: Casey Allen, Lebanon, MO
Montana Limousin Association
President: Terry O’Neill, Billings, MT
Secretary/Treasurer: Anita Coleman, Charlo, MT
Nebraska Limousin Association
President: Gerald Gustafson, West Point, NE
Vice President: Jay Boyer, Liberty, NE
Secretary/Treasurer: Gwen Behrends, Lincoln, NE
New York Limousin Association
President: Drew Wiseley, Perry, NY
Vice President: Karen Rechberger, Wyoming, NY
Secretary/Treasurer: Kristine Gessner, Wayland, NY
North Dakota Limousin Association
President: Terry Lundquist, Alsen, ND
Secretary: Tom Vaughn, Cavalier, ND
Ohio Valley Limousin Association
President: Aaron Kaufman
Vice President: Joe Pryor, Cutler, OH
Secretary/Treasurer: Freda Van Horn, Malta, OH
Ohio Limousin Association
President: Steve Patton, Hillsboro, OH
Secretary/Treasurer: Freda Van Horn, Malta, OH
Oklahoma Limousin Breeders Association
President: Ronn Cunningham, Rose, OK
Vice President: George Hubbard, Miami, OK
Secretary: Cari Sherry, Yukon, OK
Treasurer: Bob Weaver, Kiowa, OK
Heart of Oklahoma Limousin Association
President: John Holman, Henryetta, OK
Vice President: Don Hodde, Chandler, OK
Secretary: Chad McRenolds
Treasurer: Tiffany Revis
Oregon Limousin Breeders Association
President: Sue Warmington, Fort Rock, OR
Vice President: Patty Chapman, Petrolia, CA
Secretary: Glenda Stilwell, Klamath Falls, OR
Treasurer: Grace Haskins, Lakeview, OR
Pennsylvania Limousin Breeders Association
President: Ed Clark, Enon Valley, PA
Vice President: Annette Delaplaine, Gettysburg, PA
Secretary: Erin Kelly, Wampum, PA
South Dakota Limousin Association
President: Glenn Treftz, Wetonka, SD
Vice President: Matt Bruner
Secretary: Tim Barnard, Belly Fourche, SD
Treasurer: Warren Symens, Amherst, SD
Texas Limousin Association
President: Glenn Schur, Plainview, TX
Vice President: Wayne Baber, Marquez, TX
Secretary: Gary Fuchs, Cameron, TX
Treasurer: Vicki Brehm, San Antonio, TX
Ex-Officio: Scott Stowers, Bridgeport, TX
Executive Secretary: Ralph Hawkins, Krum, TX
Utah Limousin Cattle Association
President: Bob Millerberg, Draper, UT
Virginia Limousin Breeders Association
President: Joe Moore, Raphine, VA
Secretary/Treasurer: Cathy Blalock, Fairfield, VA
Washington State Limousin Association
President: Brad Beus, Pasco, WA
Vice President: Bill VanZanten, Ferndale, WA
Secretary: Stacia Speck, Chehalis, WA
Treasurer: Joann Van Zanten, Ferndale, WA
West Virginia Limousin Breeders Association
President: Victor Friend, Strange Creek, WV
Vice President: Jason Tignor, Elkview, WV
Secretary: Jennifer Friend, Exchange, WV
Treasurer: Jim Moore, Fairview, WV
Western Limousin Association
President: Dave Berry, Port Orchard, WA
Vice President: Christy Hauck, Wheatland, CA
Secretary: Char Avila, Cottonwood, CA
Treasurer: Lana Berlink, Blaine, WA
Ontario Limousin Association
President: Gary Smart, Meaford, ON
Vice President: Murray Shaw, Mooretown, ON
Secretary: Melanie Gollinger, Lisle, ON
Treasurer: Brent Black, Goderich, ON
ILC single meal tickets available! Deadline to order: June 22
Mailed in registrations and transfers turn around: 2 weeks
DNA turn around: 4 weeks