Welcome to Bull Creek Longhorn Ranch

 Bull Creek Longhorn ranch raises only Registered Texas Longhorn cattle. We have been raising Longhorns since 2004. We live on our ranch and are with our Longhorn cattle everyday which keeps them gentle, easy to work and be around. We raise foundation Longhorn cows, bulls, replacement heifers,  from a variety of well known, quality and proven livestock throughout the Registered Texas Longhorn industry.

Each Texas Longhorn we purchase, raise or breed are hand picked with focus on building a unique herd that will contribute to a great new generation of cattle in the Longhorn industry. Our primary goal is to produce a Longhorn cow that will have a baby every year, has structural correctness with smooth attractive feminine bodies,  pretty faces, great milking ability, long horns with variety of shapes,  wide array of color and the ability to maintain weight on natures grasses. Our focus on bulls is structural correctness, horn, color, size and a gentle quiet nature. A bull that looks like a bull is very important to us. 

There are many great traits of Texas Longhorn cows and bulls. They are gentle, friendly, curious, and a very quiet natured breed of cattle. Longhorn cattle are relatively low maintenance cattle, temperature and insect tolerant, and fairly disease resistant. Another huge attribute is birthing ease. They have a long breeding life that can reach into their early 20's.

We utilize mostly natural breeding and rotate approximately 4-6 different bulls annually.  Artificial Insemination and is a means to to get exciting new pedigrees introduced into our Longhorn herd. We use some in vitro fertilization on select Longhorn cows. 

Due to limited space on our website we are just showing some of our Longhorn cattle. Please let us know what you are looking for if you do not see it here. We often offer packages at discounted prices or can put together your hand picked packages. We guarantee our Longhorn cattle to be healthy and fertile.

Visitors always welcome to visit Bull Creek Longhorns.

Happy Trails,

Bill and Suzanne Torkildsen

If it's not a Longhorn it's just a cow!! 

"Oh Lord, what a variety of things you have made!"