Established in 1983, NOLZ Limousin focuses predominantly on Limousin and Lim-Flex genetics, with an emphasis on calving ease, longevity, performance, structural soundness, eye appeal, milking ability and docility. It's the balance of these traits that make good-doing cows and herd bulls that will add pounds to any calf crop. The NOLZ Limousin brand is a trusted source for quality genetics, with many customers buying cattle sight-unseen over the phone.
Dave and Peggy were married in 1985, and they have three daughters, Amanda, Courtney and Kaley. Their passion for God, family and cattle is the basis of their lives on the ranch.
Amanda married Tyler Radke in 2010, and the couple live just down the road from the ranch. Tyler works for Lynch Livestock. Amanda writes for several publications including Tri-State Livestock News and BEEF Magazine. View her blog here. She is available for speaking engagements and classroom visits. In 2011, Amanda wrote and published a children's book, "Levi's Lost Calf," which you can purchase here. The couple welcomed a little girl, Scarlett Davy, in June of 2014 and a little boy, Thorne Alvin, June 2016.
Courtney owns and operates an online clothing business called Cowgirl Crush, which she runs out of Mitchell. Courtney and Eliott Coughlin were married January 1, 2017. Eliott is a Job Superintendent for Puetz Corporation.
Kaley is a junior at South Dakota State University, studying ag business, with minors in Marketing, and Banking Finance. All three of our daughters and son in laws attended SDSU, continuing on the family tradition of Jackrabbits.