Baby Longhorn

Stopped and took this photo last week of this precious little Longhorn. Absolutely precious and I wanted to bring it home! Look at the little horns sprouting. We have never had any Longhorn cattle, but this sure makes me want one. I do not think Cowboy wants me to have any Longhorn cattle. Something about horns messing up his fences! He is pretty picky about his fences!

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  1. Really really wonderful. Have never seen a young longhorn — not even here in south dakota! I’m sure we have them, have just never been fortunate enough to see one! Thanks!

  2. I can’t believe those little bitty things will grow into seriously long horns!

  3. Awww!

  4. I always wanted my own longhorn too and that baby is ADORABLE!. Zach’s daughter has one we call Oreo. I should actually make a point to take some photos of her at some point. She’s very pretty. She’d be prettier if she were mine! Ha ha! 😉

  5. Hi Weekend Cowgirl, After some help from my friends, and research, I think I bought a Longhorn heifer at the Eugene, cattle sale last Saturday. No wonder such a lovely, friendly young heifer was such a good buy. The other pretty little heifer I bought was $.30 more a pound. I’m not a cowgirl. I’m a horse girl, who grew up on a sheep farm in Maryland. I figured if all the black cows go for at least $.20 more a pound than others, I get colorful heifers this time. Not in my wildest imagination did I consider the most colorful young heifer there was a longhorn.All I don’t need are more fencing problems. She’s real pretty and friendly. Dear Abby…Dingy in Deadwood.

    • weekendcowgirl says:

      I love Longhorns and I imagine you are going to enjoy her! Some can be very mellow and some are very perky!!! Would love to have an update sometime!!

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