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This is what I think is a pretty longhorn.

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chippie

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This is a picture of the longhorn cow that I used to own. I sold her because she was a fence jumper and I got tired of having to put her back in the pasture. She was easy to work around and gentle. I think that a longhorn like any other breed should have a good frame and conformation. The only thing different from other breeds is that it should have good horns in addition to being a good individual.

I like the crazy colors and crazy horns. Speckles was a spotted brindle with twisty horns.





I hope to get another longhorn, but next time I am going to get a weanling heifer. Thanks for looking.
 

bigbull338

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thats a nice looking cow.but you didnt have to sell her for jumping fences.all you had todo was put a bull ring in her nose with a 4ft heavy chain on it.an that would stop her from jumping fences.
 

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I like her color; and I love buttercups. Brings back good memories of me as a kid in Austin smelling all the buttercups.
 

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