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TnT Longhorns!!

Tater Tot & Traci Davis

Tater Tot & Traci Davis



Sit atop a genuine 1 Ton Texas Longhorn for a great picture!!

Very Unique opportunity!! fun for the family, friends and more!! Make great Christmas cards, Social network profile picture and just to say you were that close to a steer in Texas!!

Take Pictures With Texas Longhorn Steers ~ Private Session!

Have you ever wanted to ride a steer? Not one that bucks but one that is tame?

Well this is the deal for you!! We are located in Weatherford, TX. I have 2 Longhorn riding steers, they are super gentle and LOVE to have their pictures taken!!

I am offering — If you would like to do family pictures with the steers I am offering  for $300 for a 30 min session the steers can hold up to 4 people about 400 lbs you can use both or one – no rides just sitting. saddled or not saddled.  We do evaluate the Guest ability to have the physical ability to safely get on or off the Steers. We have the right to refuse if guests are not physically fit, under the influence or conducting bad behavior. The Steers also have a weight limit but we have several on the ground suggestions with the Steers that are just as fun.

The boys (Bingo and Tater Tot) love to have their pictures taken and are very easy to handle. I am offering people to come out here to do pictures with their own camera. If you need to do a larger group on location we can arrange that as well!!

Bingo and Tater Tot have been in commercials and love to show off their horns for the camera!! Contact Traci Davis to schedule your session!! 254-433-0806

While visiting TnT Ranch be sure to ask about our horses for sale or check out the link here. As well as Tom Davis Horsemanship! Tom offers day and weekend clinics as well as top notch horse training.

Looking for a Unique party Idea?

We can even bring Texas Longhorns to your Corporate, Church, team events,  Schools, weddings, fairs, daycares, birthday parties, parades, any event  that you want to be memorable for you and your guests. The longhorns are also available for festivals, fairs and birthday parties! Great Western Entertainment and more! Bingo and Tater Tot have been in Commercials, grand openings and more.

We serve Ft Worth,  Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Abilene & Surrounding Areas.  At our ranch for private session and photos. Click here for directions and contact!

For availability, please call Traci Davis at 254-433-0806 for prices and availability!

Tater Tot and traci Davis

Tater Tot and Traci Davis

Traci Davis and Bingo

Traci Davis and Bingo

Whether you are a UT fan or not this is a great opportunity visit with some “real” Texas longhorn steers. These steers are worked with daily and are easy going! Bingo and Tater Tot love the attention and taking pictures with the public!

Bingo – loves to take pictures! With his red and white hide and Great picture horns ~ They frame you well!! He is 2000 lbs of kindness. 14 yrs old and ready to posse for you!! Bingo’s favorite treat is green Alfalfa hay!

Tater Tot he is 8 yrs old and loves taking pictures! He weighs 1500 lbs has a 34 inch horns from tip to tip. Tater Tot’s beautiful blonde and white hide is soft and fuzzy. Tater Tot’s favorite treats are cow cake, he eats them gently out of your hands! Both steers are TV stars, used in a glass store commercial. The steers travel well and love crowds.
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The Texas Longhorn is a breed of cattle known for its characteristic horns, which can extend to 7 feet (2.1 m) tip to tip for steers and exceptional cows, and 36 to 80 inches (0.91 to 2.0 m) tip to tip for bulls. Horns can have a slight upward turn at their tips or even triple twist. Texas Longhorns with elite genetics can often fetch $40,000 or more at auction with the record of $170,000 in recent history for a cow. Due to their innate gentle disposition and intelligence, Texas Longhorns are increasingly being trained as riding steers.

The history, early Texas settlers obtained feral (stray) Mexican cattle from the borderland between the Nueces River and the Rio Grande and mixed them with their own eastern cattle. The result was a tough, rangy animal with long legs and long horns extending up to seven feet. Although this interbreeding was of little consequence to the makeup of a Longhorn, it did manage to alter color. The varieties of color ranged from blue; and all hues of “yellow”; browns, black, red and white. both cleanly bright and dirty-speckled. The leaner longhorn beef was not as attractive in an era where tallow was highly prized, and the longhorn’s ability to survive on often poor vegetation of the open range was no longer as much of an issue. Other breeds demonstrated traits more highly valued by the modern rancher, such as the ability to put on weight quickly. The Texas longhorn stock slowly dwindled, until in 1927 the breed was saved from almost certain extinction by enthusiasts from the US Forest Service, who collected a small herd of stock to breed in Lawton, OK.  A few years later, longhorns were gathered in small herds to keep in Texas state parks. They were cared for largely as curiosities, but the stock’s longevity, resistance to disease and ability to thrive on marginal pastures quickly revived the breed as beef stock. Today, the breed is still used as a beef stock, though many Texas ranchers keep herds purely because of their link to Texas history.

In other parts of North America this breed is used for much more. Longhorn cattle have a strong survival instinct and can find food and shelter during times of rough weather. Longhorn calves are very tough and can stand up sooner after birth than other breeds. Longhorn cattle can breed for a long time, well into their teens. There have been cows that have bred for up to thirty years. Some ranchers keep Longhorns for their easy calving. A Longhorn cow will often go off on her own to a safe place to have the calf then bring it home. They are also known to hide their calves in safe places to avoid predation, sometimes causing difficulty for ranchers, who may need to work on the animal.

Most breeds of cattle fall into either beef or dairy. The Texas Longhorn is a beef animal and is known for its lean beef, which is lower in fat, cholesterol and calories than most beef. Texas Longhorns are also used to add hybrid vigor and easy calving when crossed with other breeds. Moreover, they continue to represent the romance of the American Old West and are often retained for their beauty and intelligence.

At TnT Ranch Tom and Traci Davis offer beef from Longhorn and Longhorn cross steers – we feed them a nice grain mix and finish them on grass for nice flavor.  we have all natural beef with no hormones or growth supplements. When we slaughter out beef is hung at a USDA plant and packed and frozen for long shelf life.  You can not beat home grown meat!! Reserve your home grown beef now!!

2 responses »

  1. i was interested in your longhorns for sale, ty,i live around brenham texas, , im the 6th generation on this ranch, ty very much kathy Brown


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