'Biggest capacity' bull gives Limousin breed its first Beef interbreed win

CM
Updated May 11 2024 - 9:52am, first published May 10 2024 - 10:40pm
Nutrien Ag Solutions region manager east Robert Payne with stud stock's Dane Pearce present the trophy for supreme male exhibit to Oakwood Cutright being held by Paul Forman; co-owners David and Jess Eagleson, Ulster Limousins and judges Scott Dunlop, Wayne York and Ian Galloway. Picture by Catherine Miller
Nutrien Ag Solutions region manager east Robert Payne with stud stock's Dane Pearce present the trophy for supreme male exhibit to Oakwood Cutright being held by Paul Forman; co-owners David and Jess Eagleson, Ulster Limousins and judges Scott Dunlop, Wayne York and Ian Galloway. Picture by Catherine Miller

Six years after coming close to winning an interbreed title at Beef, Paul Forman could not wipe the smile off his face when an outstanding Limousin bull he bred and paraded was called out of the line up for supreme male exhibit.

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Catherine is Stock Journal's long time livestock editor and South East journalist.

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