M Arrow High Caliber
Sired by Top Caliber
12/28/17 - 63”
Caleb, as he has been affectionately nicknamed is our most gentle Texas Longhorn bull we have ever had. He has a sweet disposition and loves our company. He never misses a head scratch and eats from our hands, as do most of our Texas Longhorn Cattle. He was bred by Marquess Arrow and has been with us since August 2017. For a young bull, he has been a great asset to our herd. We would love to have kept him and are eager to see how he develops further.
Caleb joined our Registered Texas Longhorn herd in October 2017. He is producing strong healthy offspring with a 100% productivity rate. His calves are all born healthy and gain weight fast. We have a high heifer ratio. Caleb has introduced a interesting new color into our herd. His progeny have interesting horn formations that differ between cows. We have a number of beautiful heifers to enhance our Texas longhorn cattle herd, all with the same quiet disposition,
This bull was a beautiful big bodied boy who added horn growth and color to our herd. His genetics include Widespread 11/9, Measles 2849, Impressive, Toro Negro and JK Sterling 262.
He has produced our most productive cows and some of our prettiest in body and horn.
Jasmine Blossom is one of our all time favorite cows. Her horn structure, body composition and clean lines are what we strive for in a Texas longhorn cow.
Kristi is another daughter of Sterling. Her bone structure is as solid as they come and a trait she passes down the line.
We bought Habenero's Max as a bull calf.
DAM= SR Sterling's Delite 490. A picture of her is on our Texas longhorn herd cow page. She was a beautiful young cow when we purchased her. She has matured to fulfill our expectations of her in every way. She is what we consider to be a magnificent Texas longhorn cow. Many of our Texas longhorn cows are chosen for their big body structure as well as their height. Sterling is a full bodied Texas longhorn cow.She has beautiful color and passes that to her progeny. Her horn spread is not only impressive but beautiful to look at with a classic Texas Twist.
SIRE = Habenero. Habenero was an El Coyote Senior Sire sired in turn by Emperor. Habernero stood as big as he stood tall with a solid bone structure clean lines that continued throughout his body through to his horns.
(El Coyote ranch is near the famous King Ranch and has a vested interest in the history of the Texas longhorn breed through Sid Richardson's involvement with J. Frank Dobie and Graves Peeler to preserve the Texas longhorn breed.)
From the start, Paul was impressed by El Coyote cattle breeding program and this influence can be seen throughout our herd. Habenero's Max was impressive to look at. He dominated our pastures and produced many great animals. Over the years we have sold many of his Texas longhorn progeny and still have a number of cows he sired, namely: - Snowflake, Valentine, Blizzard and Swallowtail. - all these Texas longhorn cows can be viewed on our longhorn cow page.
Texas longhorn steer at Green Valley Ranch, Moonshine is his name. He is big but he is our gently giant
Who needs a dog when you can have a Texas Longhorn Steer. He really does follow me around the ranch and is one of many of our Texas Longhorn Cattle who answers to his name. If you call out Maxie Moo - rest assured, he will reply with a MOO.