Luke, Pepper and Guadelupe were sold as a trio to keep each other company on a beautiful pasture which surrounds a new construction in Stephenville, Texas.
GVR Swallowtail's Bo Peep - a fancy name for a pretty fancy heifer calf. We are so thankful to her 'peeps' drove 3 1/2 hours to collect her and include her in their herd.
This sweet boy has been safely transferred to Dallas ISD to steer kiddos in the right direction. He is part of the STEM program and I'm honored to share his name CV's Pride.
Gunner has joined Ruger at their forever home. He won our hearts from the very start- a sturdy boy in looks and bold in character. He is one of our bigger calves with twisty horn genetics. We are pleased he is relatively close by as we are eager to see his development.
Ruger really missed his dam when he was weaned. We feel so lucky that we crossed paths with his new mom - not only is she compassionate about animals but we think she speaks bovine. We know Ruger will be happy in his new home.
Jake and Elwood make up the Moo's Brothers. They live in Weatherford, Texas now.
Her new mom and dad have named her Habernero Woman. We love the name as much as we love this heifer. She has not only inherited her dad's great physical attributes but she has his sweet disposition too. We are so glad her new family found her.
Miss Arrow is her name - isn't she just gorgeous, We cannot keep all our babies but this little one was one of the most difficult to put up for sale. We can't wait to see how she will produce - such a pretty, well put together one is she.
Fancy is another heifer we let go reluctantly. Her mom, Kristi, is Paul’s All time favorite cow.
Our Texas longhorn bull M Arrow High Caliber has been sold and is the herd sire for a Registered Texas longhorn herd in Missouri. Caleb has been an unbelievably productive and viable asset to our herd. We missed from the day he left us.
Jaina joins Caleb in Missouri. She is a 2018 heifer sired by M Arrow High Caliber.
Cleopatra - it she not a beautiful heifer.
Tino was one of my favorites from the very start. He helped me calm all the other young ones that came after him. Such a special boy. We miss him but it's good to know he is at a happy home.
Mariposa - means 'butterfly' which is sitting on her nose at all times. She was sold recently, together with her heifer pictured here.
Columbina was named for the mask that covers her face like Phantom of the Opera. Columbina means 'mask' in Italian. She was also sold with her calf featured next on this page.
Columbina's last calf before she left us to go to another pasture. This boy is flashy like his previous siblings. He is now in a pasture with a horse and other Texas Longhorns, one of which is his mom. We are so happy when family groups stay together and have our customers to thank for this.
Outlaw - another High Caliber Texas longhorn bull with great potential. He was the first baby calved by Sitting in America after she came to us from the End of Trails Dispersal Sale. Sitting in America has since had another calf, equally as solid with striking evidence of potential. > Longhorn Calves for sale
L'il Tex- a darlin' Longhorn steer right from the start. There are a number of pictures of me with this little one - friendly from day one. So he featured regularly facebook and the FARM BLOG
Gypsy is one of our many cute Texas Longhorns sold to a great home near Fort Worth and Dallas. Here she is posing - just like her mom does when she sees the camera. Her mom is Jasmine Blossom ( she is featured on our Longhorn Cow page)
Maxine Moolah & Heifer calf Beverley. I love this story, and no doubt you will too. A friend purchased these two as a wedding gift for his friends who tied the knot. How TEXAS is that?
Jersey Girl & bull calf Titan.. This pair was purchased by Frank and his wife and they now live in the Dallas area. Read what they have to say about owning Texas Longhorn Cattle HERE.
We get feedback on these two quite often. We really appreciate it as we love to hear how our extended families are doing,
Hazel nut & bull calf Astro - now happily residing at their new home in Dallas.
2 Happy Heifers - Thelma & Louise.
Don't you just love the names?
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Augustus and Jules two Texas Longhorns when they arrived at their new home. Their owners also contributed to our Farm Blog. Read what they feel about owning Texas Longhorn Cattle in this LINK
Dreamboy and Prince Charming are two sweet Longhorn steers. As Texas Longhorns go, both were wholesome bodied cattle - big in body and big in flaunting their friendly natures. They cohabit with Chickens and last time we checked, they were doing well.