"Why Miniature Longhorns?" Mini Longhorns are easy to care for, withstand extreme temperatures and conditions and are known for their ease of birthing compared to other types of cattle.
Miniature Longhorns (for production) produce leaner meat and more meat per pound. For a producer with small acreage they are ideal as they eat less and their waste is less. Mini Longhorns are also bred for sale and use in Junior Rodeos and Junior Future Farmers of America (FFA). As showcase longhorns on your property, their size is ideal and they are not intimidating as are their larger counterparts. As showcase cattle on your land, they make a smaller foot print, eat less, and waste less, and you can have more per acre than their standard longhorn counterparts.
The First Al Certified Miniature Bull
- L'il Abner -
Winner of 3 Horn Showcase Competitions
Home of the First Born Registered Miniature Longhorn Calf. Sire and Dam were both Registered Miniature Texas Longhorns by TLBAA. The calf - Summer Daze - was automatically registered as a Miniature by TLBAA.
We have sold one of our colorful steers to the Dallas Zoo for the Children's Zoo area. He was bottle fed for them and halter trained. They walk them around the zoo if its not crowded!
We sold 2 steers to Toyota Motor North America for their Corporate Retreat Center. They are aptly named Tundra and Tacoma. They are living in the lap of luxury and being spoiled by the ranch management staff.
We sold steers to Briggs Ranch Golf Course in San Antonio which is Best in State Golf Course and one of the top in the world. They live on one of the tees so the golfers can hand feed them from a bucket of cubes. They are the hit of the course!
We sold 2 steers to a Ranch in Texas that is for Veterans with PTSD. The animals have a calming effect on those that suffer from PTSD.
We were delighted that these facilities contacted us, visited our ranch and really liked our small miniature longhorns. And now they are being pampered and spoiled.
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Turn your cap right, your head ain't crooked.
Let's get this straight: It's called a 'gravel road'. I drive a pickup truck because I want to. No matter how slow you drive, you're gonna get dust on your Lexus. Drive it or get out of the way.
They are cattle. That's why they smell like cattle. They smell like money to us. Get over it. Don't like it? I-10, I-40, I-70 and I-80 go east and west, I-17, I-15, I-25 and
I-35 go north and south.
Pick one and go.