Grand champion breeds grand champions

REGINA – A pair of 2019 Grand Champion Limousin cattle at Agribition are the product of one Supreme Champion bull from two seasons ago.

In a first time event for the big livestock show in Regina, a breed female champ and a bull champ in the same year are the progeny of an Agribition overall grand champion.

Greenwood Canadian Impact ET from Lloydminster, Sask., sired the Limousin female of the year at the show and the bull.

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In 2017 Greenwood Canadian Impact ET won Alberta’s Farmfair International top award for all breeds and then went on to take the Supreme show title at Agribition that year.

The winning female is the entry of Double B Cattle Co of Unity, Sask., and is named DBCC Fool’s Gold 2F. The top Limousin bull for 2019 is the two year old Greenwood Electric Impact ET, owned by the Payne family, of Greenwood Livestock in Lloydminster.

The grand champion Limousin bull was the entry of the Payne Family of Greenwood Livestock, Lloydminster, Sask. Named Greenwood Electric Impact ET, the two year old bull is the son of Greenwood Canadian Impact ET, the Supreme champion at Farmfair International and Canadian Western Agribition Supreme in 2017. Owner Jaxon Payne is at the halter. | Barbara Duckworth photo

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