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NALF Board of Directors Candidate: Lance Sennett

Published October 6, 2021

Lance Sennett is from Waynetown, Indiana where he and his family own and operate Sennett Cattle. Sennett Cattle consists of a 300 cow/calf operation making up of commercial and purebred cattle. Sennett Cattle also proudly raises breeding stock which are backed with an elite set of donor cows consisting of Lim-Flex, Angus, Simmental, Maine-Anjou, and Chianina females. Lance and family also feed out about 2000 head per year in a feedlot that was designed by Lance himself. Sennett Cattle was also awarded the Environmental Stewardship Award in 2008. As a fourth-generation farmer, he also as a grain operation.

Although Lance got his start showing Herefords, he has been no stranger to the Limousin world. His real passion began with the Limousin breed. As a past Secretary and President of the North American Limousin Foundation, he is looking forward to being back on the Board of Directors. Lance was also a past President and Vice President of the Indiana Beef Cattlemen’s Association, where the association awarded him the Young Cattlemen of Year in 2012.

Lance attended Western Kentucky University where he met his wife, Margaret. They have three daughters, which are now the fifth generation, Ellie, Emily, and Claire, where they are involved in the family operation and competitively show cattle on the national level.


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.