Schleich - Texas Longhorn, cow
Texas Longhorn cow
Analogous to its name, the Texas Longhorn has handlebar-like horns on its head.
- Binomial name: Bos primigenius taurus
- Conservations status: Domesticated [do]
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The horns of a Texas Longhorn bull can reach over four feet in length.
Prized for their beauty and intelligence, Texas Longhorns are a unique breed with much to offer. Sold for choice genetics, these cows are often bred with others to benefit those breeds with easier birthing or leaner beef. Texas Longhorn cattle have strong instincts and are very tough. They can live in arid areas, feeding on weeds and cactus, for long periods of time. Protected by their mother, these calves are exceptionally strong when born and begin walking very soon after birth.