We added many new Miniature breeders to our TLBAA family. We really enjoy working with the new breeders and others we have sold in the past who buy to compliment their existing herd.
The demand for Miniature Texas Longhorns is high and supply is limited. Please click on the Contact Page and Email us which of the sale mini longhorns catch your eye. Make sure you email us your name, address , and phone number.
OR you can call Dave at 972-978-6677
We look forward to working with current and new breeders.
Don't have a bull? We can help - visit our AI Semen sale page
Sale Pen Heifers
Very angelic - sweet heifer
SS Mini Gin Rummy calved 6/18/2018
Dam SS Mini Rummy Sire Chosen One
1st Whiskey calf & out of one or our smallest cows
SS Mini Shot of Brandy Calved 3/27/2019
Dam SS Mini Kimber Sire SS L'il Shot of Whiskey
Out of a big horned cow (70")
SS Mini Whiskey Lullaby Calved 12/28/2019
Dam SL Win the Confetti Sire SS L'il Shot of Whiskey
Sale Pen Mini Longhorn Cows
Showy spotted Cow. First calf was at 25 months of age.
SS Mini Jolene Calved 3/06/18
Dam SL Win the Confetty Sire SS Micro Chief Romeo
She produces small mini longhorns - very sweet and calm disposition
SS Blanco Blossum Calved 3/9/17
Dam Classical Respect Blossum Sire Front 30 Strategic
Want Butler in your Herd - This cow's Dam is Straight Butler.
SS Mini Rising Sun Calved 3/18/2014
Dam Plum Sugar 9/12 Sire SS Micro Chief Romeo
Add Horn to your Herd. She is 44.5" tall and puts horn on those Minis
Award Winning Cow for Tip to Tip and Grand Champion
Tonkawa Legacy Effiecena Calved 5/9/2010
Dam Wittrock's Emp Legacy Sire Mijha Chex
Want small - this one is it. Very calm - Bottle Fed & halter trained. Award Winning Cow
SS Mini Kimber Calved 6/11/2016
Dam Miss Mini Princess Jodi Sire Bogle Farms Micro Ebony
Award Winning Cow with great horns & halter trained
SS Mini Final Jackie Calved 7/11/2016
Dam Miss Scarlet Sire Bogle Farms Micro Ebony
Sale Pen Mini Longhorn Bulls / Steers
We usually have bulls and steers for sale but the inventory changes quickly. If you just want pets and do not want to breed, then Steers are ideal due to their calm disposition and easy going attitude. Steers are also sold for beef because they usually top out at 300 to 350 lbs of beef so you don't need to buy a 1200 lb angus and split with 3 other families. Steers are also ideal for Ropers as they stay small for a longer period of time than standard bulls so you can work with them longer.
A Mini Bull is 50% of your Herd so buy wisely. We recommend bulls that will mature out at 45" or less. 48" and less is the mini standard, but 48" bulls usually produce taller offspring. Remember if you buy a 2 or 3 year old bull that is 47-48" he still has growing to do and will probably exceed the mini standard when mature. No one can guarantee how tall an animal will be as they mature. If you do not want to own a bull consider AI Certified Miniature Longhorn Semen.
What ever your need, we have it covered.
All Cattle listed and sold from this website are private treaty sales and are between the buyer and seller. The websites Minilonghorn.com and Minilonghornsforsale.com are not responsible for any sales and purchase agreements between buyer and seller. The websites Minilonghorn.com and Minilonghornsforsale.com do not guarantee any animals listed.
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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 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. Right now he is living the good life being spoiled at the Zoo.
And, recently we sold 2 steers
to Toyota Motor North America for their Corporate Retreat Center. They are aptly named Tundra and Tacoma. They too
are living in the lap of luxury
and being spoiled by the ranch management staff.
We were delighted that both facilities contacted us, visited our ranch and really liked our small miniature longhorns.