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    Once abundant in Texas

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    Re: Once abundant in Texas

    They retired to Fla.

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    Re: Once abundant in Texas

    i blame Texas Roadhouse, best steaks ever!!!
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    Re: Once abundant in Texas

    We have a few hanging out in Kentucky. More Bison than Long Horn.
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    Once abundant in Texas
    I saw this one last week or so in AZ

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    So I wonder if they have an animal chiropractor for them. Those horns must be heavy. Not sure we have any of these in Pennsylvania. Bulls are about the closest thing I'll ever see around here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hark View Post
    So I wonder if they have an animal chiropractor for them. Those horns must be heavy. Not sure we have any of these in Pennsylvania. Bulls are about the closest thing I'll ever see around here.
    You darn Yankees are part of the reason the longhorn is no a longer dominant breed in Texas. Folks from the eastern U.S. who were settling in what would become the Republic of Texas cross-bred longhorns with cattle that matured faster and, thus, fulfilled growing market demands for beef more quickly. Fortunately, the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America, which was formed in 1964, rescued the Texas Longhorn from extinction.

    BTW, if you want to see a Texas Longhorn, take a road trip to the Dickinson Cattle Co. LLC (https://www.texaslonghorn.com/) in Barnesville, OH. According to their website, they're only 85 miles from Pittsburg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluzman View Post
    You darn Yankees are part of the reason the longhorn is no a longer dominant breed in Texas. Folks from the eastern U.S. who were settling in what would become the Republic of Texas cross-bred longhorns with cattle that matured faster and, thus, fulfilled growing market demands for beef more quickly. Fortunately, the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America, which was formed in 1964, rescued the Texas Longhorn from extinction.

    BTW, if you want to see a Texas Longhorn, take a road trip to the Dickinson Cattle Co. LLC (https://www.texaslonghorn.com/) in Barnesville, OH. According to their website, they're only 85 miles from Pittsburg.
    Lol - add onto that distance another 300+ miles from Pittsburgh to Philly. Interesting history on them being cross-bred.
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