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Huge Horns! ID ??

 
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Mar 04, 2006 16:29 |  #1

Not sure what these fellas are, but they're part of a herd at an "exotic" farm I pass by weekly. They were a bit closer to the highway than usual, so I pulled over a took a few quick pix. Any ideas on what kind they might be?


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Mar 04, 2006 16:30 |  #2

one more


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Mar 04, 2006 16:43 |  #3

I would venture a guess that it's a Texas longhorn.




  
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Mar 04, 2006 16:45 as a reply to  @ Blue Deuce's post |  #4

They look just like the longhorns I saw in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, all right.


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Mar 04, 2006 17:13 |  #5

wow, how do they lift their heads??? that is some huge horns!!!!


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Mar 04, 2006 17:52 as a reply to  @ Ferco's post |  #6

Texas longhorns sounds good to me.. thanks!
And, I have no idea how they lift and carry those big guns around, but it did look like they walk very carefully...


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