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A few pictures of Texas longhorns that have MOOOOVED on….
GVR Loretta Lynn was born on 04/03/2022 . Her parents are
RJF Texas Rebel x SR Clout’s Lotus Bud
This photo was taken Aug 17, 2022. Her new dad says she is very smart and always the first to come running to greet him. She is much loved and growing into a beautiful cow. She is going to be a show stopper for sure.
This photo was taken of GVR Amooletta on10/24/22 when she was 3 months old. Her date of birth was 07/26/22. Her parents are
RJF Texas Rebel x Guadelupe’s Charm
She fitted in immediately with her new herd. She is full of spunk and character but calm and easy to handle too. Her mother is one of our favorite cows and we are not surprised that Amooletta is following in her footsteps. Her color is stunning but she is beautifully composed.
Cactus Blossom was exposed to RJF Texas Rebel for her first calf before being sold in 2022.
She is one of two heifers produced by Jasmin Blossom
Like all our current heifers, she is calm and readily eats from your hand. She is motivated by food and easy to handle. It’s hard to see in this photo but her brockled coloring is quite unique.
Desert Rose was born at Green Valley Ranch in Dublin, Texas in November 2017. Like her mother, M Arrow Desert Sunrise she has been an exceptional cow for us. She produced two heifers for us to take her place in our herd.
Her progeny can be seen on our longhorn cow page
Egglantine is the sweetest. She has always loved attention just like her mother. She was already darkening before leaving us at 6 months. She comes from traditional old time genetics on her mother’s side. The combination with RJF Texas Rebel’s background will be interesting to watch.
Kristina is the first calf born to RJF Texas Rebel.
She gave no evidence of being a first calf to her dam. Full bodied and colorful, there is no doubt she will be true to her lineage of both sides. This picture was taken month’s before her first birthday. We are excited to see her mature.
It’s difficult for us to let go of our babies but Alice in Wonderland was particularly hard. 2022 was drought year and so we placed more calves on our SALEBARN than we usually do. Like all her mother’s progeny, Alice developed steadily and gained impressive structure. A sturdy calf from the beginning, she seemed to gain condition overnight from one day to the next. We are very eager to see how she continues to grow.
Snickerdoodles and Chocolate Chip were sold as a pair. It’s difficult to see the black lines developing out of Snickerdoodles coat in this photo. But, like all his daddy’s progeny of 2022, Snickerdoodles will most likely brindle throughout his body.
Meet Chocolate Chip, a beautifully colored longhorn steer. He was delivered as part of a pair to a pasture not far from Green Valley Ranch. He was mild mannered and inquisitive from the start. On more than one occasion he tried to climb into our vehicle in order to reach the protein cubes we hand out as treats. He readily fed from our hand in the pasture and whilst he was in the weaning pen. He fitted in with his new herd without any trouble.
Big Mac and Paddy the Baddy are the first of RJF Texas Rebel progeny to be sold. Both have beautiful colors and should mature as show stoppers. The only problem envisaged is the traffic jams they may cause as they are admired off highway 6 in Gorman, TX
Nacho is a sweet boy but don’t be fooled by his demeanor. He will grow into a big longhorn steer in time.
Ivan went to join Iceman and keep him company in Cleburne.
We think Iceman believes he is a dog. The only thing is that he does not bark but he follows his new dad around everywhere. The last time we spoke the two were kind of inseparable.
Tito, Georgie and Chili Pepper have the nicest parents and they have hundreds of gorgeous Texas acreage to roam in.
Carley’s Nirvana was the baby sitter in our herd. Whether she had her own calf by her side or not, she would protect the little ones – ALWAYS! We retained to of her heifers to continue her genetic impact in our herd. She is an exceptional mother, beautiful to look at and all round solid productive cow.
Carley’s Dream was one of our older cows in our herd when she was sold. Her impressive genetics include JL Baracade and Emperor. Her mother, SWCC Carlye’s Cody was one of our all time favorite cows.
We retained a 2019 longhorn heifer of hers that is maturing beautifully. We are hoping for a heifer to continue these tried and tested, solid old time genetics.
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.
Kristi is a beautiful solid red longhorn cow. She produced herself out of a job on our ranch. Her heifer LBJ looks just like her with a huge body and great udder. Kristi produced a big calf every year for us. Her heifer does the same. Kristi was Paul’s favorite cow when she left us and is now a favorite in her new herd.
Valentino, Tino for short. A real gentleman with the calmest of characters. He would drop his head for a neck scratch. Awe!! I still miss this boy.
We purchased M Arrow High Caliber directly from Ron Marquess in August 2017 as a two year old. He took his first job seriously and produced 100% consistently for 3 years up until he outdid his time with us. We have kept a number of the heifers he produced and often get feedback on his progeny in other herds. He was a mild, mannered gentleman in all the time he lived with us. His legacy lives on is our herd proudly.
Jersey girl was sold with her calf by her side. Both have matured beyond what we imagined but who wouldn’t on alfalfa hay as a treat. She was sold in a package of 4 longhorns. Her peeps are return customers, having proceeded to purchase a bull a few years later.
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.
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.