The life and times of a post-middle-age horse owner and her friends
What beauties! I'm glad people carry on breeding different types of farm animals, not just the standard types.
Just the thought of having to carry those heavy horns around on my head hurts.
Great pictures. I'm amazed at the size of those horns!
Wow! Now those are some HORNS!!! I wonder how they keep from getting tangled in things? There are some long horns close to us too, they have such pretty markings on them.
That puts a whole new spin on "Cow Tipping" LOL Great pictures of some pretty cool looking cattle. We only have "milk" cows here in the mid east.. nothing like those.
Wow, I never knew anyone still left horns on cows like that anymore, all the ones around here are cut short for roping.
Texas Longhorns are NEVER horned. At most, they'll put those brass balls on the tips. The big Kahuna with the red rimmed eyes had a rack that was much wider than I am tall. I am 5'4. I bet his horns were 6-7 feel wide. It's hard to get that from the photos.
LOVE LOVE the pictures!! The Longhorns are AWESOME!! I don't think they grow them that big here in KS ;)
Just love all of these shots!!!
Those are some very impressive neighbors. Good thing they've got a nice sturdy, strong fence, eh? :D~Lisa
Those horns are amazing!
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