Some articles on breed:
... The French Limousin breed standard is described in Article 1 of Title I of the Rules of Procedure of the French Limousin herd-book, 1 August 1991 The Limousin is a large framed breed of beef cattle ... Characteristics considered unacceptable in the French breed standard Any pigmentation or black spots on muzzle, black or white hairs anywhere on the coat, particularly in the ears ... An eliminating count of less than five for any of the different breed standard points ...
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