Welcome to Bull Creek Longhorn Ranch

 Bull Creek Longhorns is located in Fayetteville Texas, a small community between Austin and Houston Texas not far off of Highway 71. We raise and sell only Registered Texas Longhorn cattle and have been since 2004.  We were honored to be voted Breeder of the Year award with the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association 2019.

We welcome you to come visit the ranch and if new to Longhorns to learn about this great breed of cattle.

HERD SIRES are such an important part of any breeding program. A bull counts for 1/2 of each and every calf born on the ranch. When planning each mating we focus our breeding for strong maternal strength from both sides of the pedigree. We expect each cow and each mating to produce an animal better than the parents. Predictability is a goal in our program. We have learned the maternal influence is the key in strengthening our future herd. 

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. 

Our Longhorn cattle stay current on vaccinations and worming. Delivery may be an option depending on distance and our current schedule or we can recommend several reliable haulers that go nationwide. 

Visitors are always welcome to visit the ranch and view our Longhorns and learn more about the breed. We enjoy spending time with new breeders to teach them about this magnificent breed of cattle. Call or email for an appointment. sktorkildsen@gmail.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. 

Happy Trails!!

*** Currently we have some very nice, promising young Longhorn bulls for sale. See sale pen, bull calves, and sire prospects for details. Feel free to call with any questions. 956-793-5484

Bill and Suzanne Torkildsen
Owners Bull Creek Longhorns



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