The first Limousin imported to Canada was Prince Pompadour in November of 1968, with semen made available in July of 1969. After the importation of Prince Pompadour to Canada, another group of eleven Limousin bulls and five heifers were imported in April of 1969. Many more importations followed, 91 sires [ … ]
Limousin cattle deliver to your bottom line. With superior genetics, a simple crossbreeding plan and state-of-the-art selection tools, the Limousin breed will serve profit-minded cow/calf producers. In today’s competitive markets, taking advantage of all available opportunities is key. The Limousin breed offers a variety of options from Fullblood to Purebred to the Lim-Flex® hybrid (Limousin x Angus cross) to match your program’s needs and market goals. Crossbreeding for the right blend of muscle, maternal ability and profit is easy with Limousin seedstock.