Bull Creek Longhorns is located in Fayetteville Texas, between Austin and Houston Texas not far off of Highway 71. We have been raising and selling Registered Texas Longhorn cattle since 2004. We were honored to be voted Breeder of the Year award with the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association 2019 and also Breeder of the Year at the Legends sale 2023.
We welcome you to come visit the ranch, and if new to Longhorns, learn about this great breed of cattle.
TEXAS LONGHORN HERD SIRES are a vital part of our breeding program. TRUED UP BCR 646 Is our main herd sire and has proven himself over and over again to give us the nicest heifers on the ranch. Each bulls genetics count for 1/2 of each calf born on the ranch. When planning each mating we focus on strong maternal strength on both sides of the pedigree. As stated by our friend Jimmy Jones, predictability is a goal we strive for in our program.
There are many great traits to the Texas Longhorn cattle. As a rule Longhorns are gentle, friendly, curious, and naturally a very quiet natured breed of cattle. A huge attribute is birthing ease, a long breeding life, as well as heat and cold tolerance. Sound feet and udder is an important quality we breed for as well.
Our Longhorn cattle always stay current on vaccinations and worming.
Delivery may be an option depending on distance and our current schedule or we can recommend several reliable Longhorn haulers that go nationwide.
We enjoy spending time with new breeders. Please come visit with us. Call or email for an appointment. email@example.com or call 956-793-5484. We would love to work with you to add to your current herd or assist in starting a new herd of Longhorn cattle.
We are a RAU Immobilizer dealer. We have been using this device on our Longhorns since 2005. A safe and effective way to restrain cattle for many different procedures. Our veterinarian sure appreciates this device. Keeps you and the cattle safe with absolutely no harm or ill effects to the cattle. We use it for tagging ears, working on eyes, shots in neck where horns can be thrown, hoof or leg work and any procedure that requires a cow to be safely restrained. (No different than when a Vet gets semen from a bull for BSE basically). We have been using our current RAU Immobilizer since 2005 and just replaced our original device this year. It has paid for itself over and over again, its cheaper than one visit to the ER. As I am often working alone I can use this and accomplish procedures safely and efficiently. Feel free to contact me about this product. 956-793-5484
Bill and Suzanne Torkildsen
Owners Bull Creek Longhorns