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canada     limousin in canada Canadian Limousin Association  
  The Limousin movement in Canada began in 1968 with the first importations from France and is now one of the five major breeds in Canada

    North American Lincoln Red Association North American Lincoln Red Association  
  From 1904 - 1914 774 cattle were exported from England to 20 different countries. In more recent times Lincoln Reds have been exported to many countries, including Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Hungary, New Zealand, South Africa and the USA.
    Canadian Lowline Cattle Association Canadian Lowline Cattle Association  

All Canadian Lowline Cattle are DNA parentage verified back to the Australian herd book. Since 2001 all Canadian Lowline Cattle are registered through the Canadian Livestock Records Corporation at Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

      luing cattle Medicine River Luings  
  The website of Medicine River Luings and home of the Canadian Luing Cattle Association. Luing cattle were first imported to Canada in 1973 by the late A.R. "Sandy" Cross of Rothney Farm, Calgary. At Rothney, the Luings flourished among Sandy's already world-renowned herds of Shorthorn and Galloway cattle.
      canadian logo Canadian Maine-Anjou Association  
  The Maine-Anjou breed originated in the northwestern part of France. Maine-Anjou were first imported into Canada in 1969.
      red angus in canada Canadian Red Angus Promotion Society  
  The Canadian Red Angus Society was established in 1972. Red Angus are noted for being superb mothers with superior milking ability.
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