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Date:11/20/2014 2:57:45 PM
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We have one bull, seven cows, one steer, and 3 heifers plus seven calves. The start up costs basically depend on how much you're willing to pay for a registered Texas Longhorn. The most we have payed is $5000 but that was for a very unique twisty horned cow with a tip to tip of 74 inches and a very good bloodline. You can buy some much cheaper or start with younger ones if you're willing to wait for them to mature. Then, of course, there's the cost of feed and hay. They are a very tough and hearty animal and we've had very few health problems. There are a number of different longhorn sales. If you go online and look at the Texas Longhorn Marketing Alliance website or the Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America webite you can find info on sales across the country. Hope this helps!
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