Narromine’s Lauren Moody has recently been named as a 2017 NSW Limousin Youth Ambassador.
The announcement was made at the the National Limousin Youth Show earlier this month at Parkes
Patrick Rankmore from Gunnedah was also named as a 2017 NSW Limousin Youth Ambassador.
When the Western Magazine spoke to Lauren last Wednesday she said she felt “humbled” to be chosen.
“It was quite an exciting feeling… for them (the judges) to select me out of the other applicants,” she said.
As a 2017 NSW Limousin Youth Ambassador, Lauren’s goal is to keep the breed going and connect more with the youth within the industry.
Lauren was first introduced to the Limousin Breed in 2012 through exhibiting steers with St Johns College Dubbo and Mr Ben Toll.
Lauren quickly recognised the potential for the Limousin breed throughout the commercial beef industry and was keen to learn more.
It was quite an exciting feeling… for them (the judges) to select me out of the other applicants.
She started her own stud Mandalay Limousins in 2013 with two foundation heifers from Sheraton Limousins.
Her stud herd has now grown to 13.
She has enjoyed success on the show circuit this year.
Her show team and her heifer Birubi Lilyann L202 was named Champion Junior Heifer at both the Canberra Royal and at the Dubbo Show this year.
Lauren takes over the Ambassador role from Dubbo local girl, Kate Loudon.
As Ambassador, Lauren will represent the Limousin Youth and promote the Limousin breed at major event including the Brisbane Royal Show in August and the Sydney Royal Show next year as well as the National Show and Sale in 2018.
Lauren will also be involved in the organisation for the National Limousin Youth Show in 2018.
Also at the National Limousin Youth Show, Lauren was judged as the Grand Champion Parader.