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An impressive line of Limousin and Lim-Flex cattle entered the ring at the 2018 Fort Worth Level 1 Medal of Excellence (MOE) Limousin Show. The show was held on January 27 in Fort Worth, Texas. Jirl Buck, Madill, Oklahoma had the honors of sorting the 46 open cattle, consisting of 37 females and 9 bulls.
The grand champion Limousin female was LFL Daisy 6061D ET exhibited by Colton Barton, Jarrell, Texas. She is a June 1, 2016, 79% Limousin female sired by MAGS Aviator. She was also named the supreme champion of the MOE female show.
Sara Sullivan of Dunlap, Iowa exhibited the reserve champion Limousin female. SSTO Epic 7854E ET is a April 2, 2017, 43% Lim-Flex sired by PVF Insight 0129.
The grand champion Limousin bull was JCL Night Train JADN 712E, an April 8, 2017, 53% Lim-Flex bull sired by HUBB BulletProof. JCL Night Train JADN 712E was exhibited by JCL Land & Cattle, Welch, Okla.
LFL Deluxe Edition 6029D ET was the reserve champion bull. He is a March 24, 2016, 65% Lim-Flex bull sired by RLBH Air Force One and was exhibited by Bruce Lawrence, Anton, Texas.
The premier breeder honors went to Stowers Limousin, Bridgeport, Texas and premier exhibitor was Lawrence Family Limousin, Anton, Texas.
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