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LimMark tagging program debuts

The North American Limousin Foundation (NALF) says its new tagging program LimMark will help Limousin users ID their cattle and position themselves for greater returns in the data-driven cattle markets. Commercial producers can order up to 50 tags for each registered and transferred Limousin-influenced bull in their current inventories. Producers can order visual-only tags for $1.10 each, or matched

The North American Limousin Foundation (NALF) says its new tagging program — LimMark — will help Limousin users ID their cattle and position themselves for greater returns in the data-driven cattle markets.

Commercial producers can order up to 50 tags for each registered and transferred Limousin-influenced bull in their current inventories. Producers can order visual-only tags for $1.10 each, or matched sets of RFID and visual tags for $3.25 each. Each large, sky-blue visual tag has a laser-inked Limousin logo; a unique, 15-digit animal ID number; and optional, producer-designated in-herd number. Producers must specify a range of in-herd numbers when ordering; blank tags for hand-written numbers are also available.

To order tags, contact Bo Sexson at bo@nalf.org or 303/220-1693. For more, visit www.nalf.org.