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Bull of the Month - Seven Forty Seven, Limousin

This month’s profile is a Limousin bull named “Seven Forty Seven”.

Seven Forty Seven was a world renowned Grand Champion bull (Iowa state fair, 1980) and is one of the key founders of the Canadian Limousin herd. Sired by the French bull Espoir De Carnival and the dam Fadette, he was born in 1978 in the US. Eventually purchased by the Worrell Land and Cattle Co. (Charlottesville, Virginia), Seven Forty Seven created a dynasty of stylish and highly muscled Limousin bulls that provided the Worrell Land and Cattle Co. with several years of remarkable cattle sales. His impressive EPDs made him a fine example of the Limousin breed which offer high meat yield, excellent feed efficiency and produce a lean, tender product.

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