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Flashy, Super Gentle Longhorn Cow (Bullard)

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condition: like new
make / manufacturer: Longhorn
We have been planning a long distance move for the past 2 years and the time has come to find some of our animals new pastures. If ad is up, they are still available-I will remove once they have found a new home.

Meet “Bow” -($1250 )Bow turned 7 years old the beginning of April this year.

She has a nice set of horns and beautiful coloring-she is striking out in the pasture.

To top it off, she also loves to interact with her human friends-she enjoys scratches on her back, belly, anywhere she can’t reach with her horns!
You do have to look out for her horns at times-due to their shape, she tilts her head back to do some back scratching and fly gettin!

She will toss her head in the air and come running to the house if she hears you whistling for her (this is how we get our horses up and she learned if she came running too-it resulted in some extra food!) She will keep your trees trimmed and let your friends and family feed her all day long from the fence or out in the pasture.

You can walk up to Bow in the pasture and rub all over her, or she will likely find you if you are out in the pasture. My kids have sat on her and next to her while she is laying in the pasture. She is a sweet heart of a cow-a hard one to have to part with.

She is also an excellent mama cow-and a quick and easy breeder. We no longer have a bull, but the past few years we have bred her twice and she has given us two thick made longhorn heifer calves. She stays in the fence and has yet to walk our cattle guards.
She gets along with the horses-but she is BOSS lady when it comes to other cattle-she likes to let everyone knows she’s in charge and has the horns to prove it.

She is open to breed-she is still currently nursing her last calf who needed to be weaned a long time ago. We normally sell the calves sooner, but had been hanging onto her and her calf in hopes we could take them with us on our move-but that is not going to happen.

She was also halterbroke and leading at one point-may need a refresher if this is something you want out of her. She does best loose versus being tied up when brushing or petting on her.

Shes very trusting of people and we have never given her a reason not to and needs another pasture where she can be loved.

Both have beautiful horns and coloring-healthy and gentle.

Her 15 month old heifer calf is also available-separate post. The bull she is out of is shown in last pic.

They can be sold together or can be separated. NOT registered.

Please respond to ad through email and leave a number for a quicker response-I prefer text as it’s is easier and quicker for me to respond.

Delivery Available if needed-a deposit must be paid through Venmo if wanting delivery

$1250 “Bow” 7 yr old cow
$1200 “Boomerang” 15 month heifer

Cash or Venmo for payment- I will provide a bill of sale-

Thanks for looking!

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