Cattlemen's Texas Longhorn Registry
from 2017 annual meeting
Livestock Conservancy declares historically correct, genetically pure (CTLR) Texas Longhorn cattle to be Critically Endangered.
Livestock Conservancy definition of a Heritage Breed
Slow Food USA Ark of Taste recognizes the Heritage Texas Longhorn
Commemmorative sculpture at historic Waco Suspension Bridge in memory of Judge William Markham Sleeper
History of the Texas Longhorn through DNA research by Emily Jane McTavish published in the Proceedings of the National Acedemy of Sciences
Fort Robinson State Park in Nebraska is presented with a CTLR Appreciation Award
Old Blue by Veryl Goodnight
Les Mallory honored by ICA
A Dying Breed? 2002 The Alcalde article
publication of the University of Texas Exes association
Graves Peeler and the Texas Cattle Trade
by Lawrence Clayton
Graves Peeler, brand inspector for the Texas and Southwest Cattle Raisers Association, prime mover in saving a piece of western Americana--the Longhorn breed of cattle, and hunter/collector of wild game and primitive artifacts is the subject of this interesting biography.
We have received permission from heirs of the author to reprint this small book. Proceeds from its sale will benefit the Cattlemen's Texas Longhorn Conservancy, a public charity whose mission is to engage in scientific and historical research, education and other charitable purposes associated with Texas Longhorn cattle. If you are interested in purchasing a copy of this 54-page book, please visit ctlc.org store.
The Texas Longhorn
This brochure was printed in July 1971 by the U.S. Dept. of the Interior and describes the Texas Longhorn cattle that roam the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge.
The Genetics of Coloration in Texas Longhorns
An in-depth series on frequency of color patterns by David M. Hillis, an Alfred W. Roark Centennial Professor at The University of Texas at Austin.
Big Bend Ranch State Park Handout
This informative handout defines trail drive etiquette, gives an informative history of the Texas Longhorn and describes how these cattle benefit the brittle environment.
History of the Texas Longhorns
This history, by Alan Hoyt, follows the trail of the Texas Longhorns from the arrival of their ancestors to North America centuries ago.
Few books have been written about Texas Longhorn cattle containing accurate facts about their history with exception of The Longhorns by J. Frank Dobie, published in 1941 and considered a classic in longhorn circles. For historical accuracy of research, we also reccommend The Criollo Spanish Cattle in the Americas by John E. Rouse 1977 and Gathering Texas Gold, J. Frank Dobie and The Men Who Saved the Longhorn by Terrence J. Barragy 2003. End notes from Barragy's book
Alan Rogers Longhorn Museum
Developing a Livestock Management Plan
AP News article on Texas Longhorn purity with quotes from CTLR registrar and past president.
Longhorn Musings by Bebe & Sissy Fensermaker
Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge
Doss Heritage & Cultural Center
uShip Animal Transport