Bull Creek Longhorns ranch raises and sells only Registered Texas Longhorn cattle. We have been raising Longhorns since 2004. We are honored and humbled to have been voted 2019 Breeder of the Year by the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America.
We live on our ranch and are with our Longhorn cattle everyday which keeps them quiet and gentle. We begin handling them as young as 30 days old by going through the specialized Longhorn Chute for de worming and vaccinations. By the time they are a year they will have been through 5-6 times.
We use 3 different resources to drive genetic improvement. Primarily natural breeding, rotating 7-8 bulls annually. Secondly, we utilize Artificial Insemination and In Vitro Fertilization as a means to bring exciting new genetics to enhance our Longhorn herd. It is worth noting that your bull is 50% of your herd and a extremely important choice. Anything we breed that is not meet our criteria of becoming a herd sire will become a steer, the younger the better. Sometimes it takes a year of more to make that determination but generally it is evident at a young age.
There are many great traits of Texas Longhorn cattle. They are gentle, friendly, curious, and naturally a very quiet natured breed of cattle. Longhorn cattle are relatively low maintenance, temperature and insect tolerant, and generally disease resistant. They are very tough, strong cattle. Another huge attribute is birthing ease, and a long breeding life that can reach into their 20's. Texas Longhorns are a pretty amazing breed of cattle. We do not recommend making pets out of Longhorns however.
All of our Longhorns may not be shown for sale on the website so please let us know what you are looking for. We offer packages at discounted prices for 2 or more Longhorn cattle purchased.
Our Longhorns are current on all vaccinations and deworming.
Visitors always welcome to visit Bull Creek Ranch. Call or email for an appointment. email@example.com or call 956-793-5484. We would love to work with you to add to or assist in starting a herd of Longhorns.
Bill and Suzanne Torkildsen
Owners Bull Creek Longhorns