Ronan Murphy, CEO of the Irish Limousin Cattle Society, has announced his intention to leave the organisation to pursue another career opportunity. Ronan will remain in situ until the end of September to assist with the handover and coordinate the 50th Anniversary Show which will be held in Carrick On Shannon.

Ronan said: “I have enjoyed leading the Irish Limousin Cattle Society over the past 15 months and I am pleased with the significant progress that has been delivered on several fronts, including the professional marketing, promotion and rebranding of the Irish Limousin, streamlining the reporting and forecasting processes, redeveloping the office facilities, developing the Dairy Beef breed improvement programmes, slaughter bonuses and developing effective working partnerships with key stakeholders across the industry.

“As we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Irish Limousin, the future for the breed and all our members looks bright. I wish the ILCS Staff, Council members and Limousin Breeders every success for the future”.

Trevor Masterson, President of the Irish Limousin Cattle Society acknowledged the significant contributions which Ronan has made to the Society during his tenure.

“I would like to sincerely thank Ronan for the professionalism he has brought to our Society and to highlight the enormous progress made across our breed improvement programmes, sales, marketing and promotion activities and our governance processes and procedures. Ronan’s knowledge and expertise will be missed and I wish Ronan every success in his future career.”

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