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 Circle I feedlot
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longhorns and corrientes
 All Mixed Up
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 Texas Land Cattle Co.
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Texas Longhorns
Yeah, I was disappointed not to see Texas Longhorn cattle availeable.
 kacey
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Square Meaters.

I want to suggest something, if admin wont allow anymore breeds for awhile, then do your own little breed. They might be classified as European Crosses but you guys can have your own little shows, and call them what ever you want. I know alot of people want Murray Greys, make your own Shorthorn Angus crosses throw a little bit(1/8 or so) Char in there to get some greys, and you have you own Murray Greys that you can call Murray Greys, but they will be classified on showcattle as Euro Crosses.

If you want Lowlines, just breed small Angus.

You get my point, but there are alot of breeds that I would like to be added that you cant just "make" on here, such as Longhorns.


I totally agree with this. Some people are complaning that there isn't enough "enjoyment" on the game. Well first of all, if they don't enjoy the game, then why are they playing it? And Second, doing what Beefmaker Cattle Co just suggested, it would make more fun, but in a different way. I also agree with the fact that we could use some Longhorns!
 Texas Land Cattle Co.
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I ask that the administration add the Texas Longhorn as an option.
 Woodlands Brahman and Blonds
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Why long horns? They are a novelty unless bred for Rodeo. No beef producer ever used them because we breed for polled cattle.
 Texas Land Cattle Co.
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Longhorns because there are breed shows for them as well as any other breed represented here.
 Texas Land Cattle Co.
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Any feedback, Admin?
 Fleckvieh Simmental Ranch
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Just breed some skinny small frames brindle american crosses... Same as longhorns.
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Just breed some skinny small frames brindle american crosses... Same as longhorns.
My thoughts exactly!

There is breed shows for all breeds, doesnt mean they need to be on here.
 Texas Land Cattle Co.
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Longhorns!
 Montana Dee Ranch
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Why long horns? They are a novelty unless bred for Rodeo. No beef producer ever used them because we breed for polled cattle.
Actually yes... a cattle rancher neighbor of my parents introduced longhorn blood into his beef calves...I believe they are a mix of longhorn and Angus. I was told the reason for it but can't remember, but it gave him a better calf. Maybe something with the birth weights? I don't remember...but some people do it and it worked out for him.


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Longhorn bulls are great for low birth weights in young heifers.
 -D Ranch
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I would agree with galloways! But I think adding dairy breeds isn't the best idea, maybe ask admin to make a dairy website like showcattle
 *Hereford Cattle Farms*
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Welsh blacks. Not many know about them and they have the horns.
 The Big S
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Longhorns!
 seth farms
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 cwfeeders
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Long horns require a completely different set of statistics, longhorns are shown more for their horns than anything.
Dairy cattle are also judged on different statistics than beef cattle, the game is designed for beef cattle.
Just my uneducated oppinion.
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