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Texas Longhorn

The Texas Longhorn is a western icon. After the American Civil War, huge herds of Longhorns were driven north out of Texas and on to the railheads in Kansas for...
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The Texas Longhorn is a western icon. After the American Civil War, huge herds of Longhorns were driven north out of Texas and on to the railheads in Kansas for shipment to the east.
The Longhorn is making a resurgence as a lean beef source. Naturally lean, they look almost scrawny when they are free range and grass fed as this one is.

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eelcovanroden PRO
 
eelcovanroden August 26, 2015
What a great composition...!
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tonybruguiere October 31, 2015
Thank you for the kind words.
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Ochalina December 23, 2015
You really have great collection of photos.
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tonybruguiere December 26, 2015
Thank you very much.
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sweetpea72 February 26, 2017
❤ this! シ
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TimothyPrincehorn November 02, 2017
I think making the decision to make this image a panorama helps the horns to be that much longer. Great choice and shot. If my front yard was larger I would have one of these bad boys grazing.
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tonybruguiere November 03, 2017
As range cattle go, Longhorns are really mellow. However, when working among them you have to be aware of them turning their heads and inadvertantly hitting you with their horns.

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