Picture taken 9/13/13
DOB Spring 2012
Mo is a young Watusi steer that was born in the Spring of 2012. His Sire is a thick horned bull with wide and forward pointed horn shape, and his Dam is a beautiful high horned Watusi cow. His early horn growth indicates he will have both thick and long horns, not to mention he will tower over other cows with a large muscular body. $1,200 and you can watch him grow in your pasture.


LongTusi #302
Picture taken 10/27/13
DOB 4/22/13
LongTusi #302 is the 7th LongTusi born at RRH and he will be a stud. His full sister, LongTusi #202, can be seen on the LongTusi page and the Sold page on this site. His Dam Courtney is a great producer, she's a Millennium Futurity cow, and she has great horn shape and correct body conformation. On top of that, this steer calf will grow a tremendous set of horns and a large beefy body thanks to his Sire, Captain Butler. $1,500.


LongTusi #303
Picture taken 10/27/13
DOB 6/8/13

LongTusi #303 is the 8th LongTusi born at RRH and she has the best color so far. She looks just like her Dam with slightly darker red patterns, thanks to her giant horned sire BWS Captain Butler. Her full sister is also for sale, LongTusi #204, and they both show you what this great cow Spots can produce. Expect this calf to be the talk of the neighborhood if you let her graze in your front pasture. $1,800 and you can watch her really blossom.


LongTusi #304
Picture taken 10/27/13
DOB 6/30/13

LongTusi #304 is the 9th LongTusi born at RRH and she's the first calf for her dam Yea! Temp. Yea! Temp is a product of Tempter, the third largest living Longhorn bull. Tempter's latest measurements proved he's over 2,000 pounds and has over 83" TTT horns. Her 69" TTT sire, BWS Captain Butler, will help make her body & horns real thick and wide. This heifer calf will be sure to have trouble going through the trees when she matures. $1,400.


LongTusi #305
Picture taken 1/25/14
DOB 7/24/13

LongTusi #305 is the 10th LongTusi born at RRH and she's going to be amazing. Her 17 year old large framed dam, Do Over, boasts a 68" tip to tip horn spread that has a great "Texas Twist" shape. Her sire, BWS Captain Butler, has 23" thick horn bases and sires large muscular offspring. This combination will likely make #305 grow to be a large bodied cow with thick, wide, and twisty horns. Add those to her beautiful color pattern and you won't want to pass up this great heifer. $2,200.


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