Horn Showcase forms are due in the TLBAA Office by September 7, 2015 at 5:00 PM with full payment.
By Kevin Binversie
Army Corps of Engineers: "EPAâ€™s Water Rule Cannot Be Enforced"
Published: 9:40 AM August 06, 2015
With so much attention focused on the Environmental Protection Agencyâ€™s rules on air quality and its effects on coal-powered states like Wisconsin, an earlier rule is getting savaged inside the corridors of the federal bureaucracy.
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The Butler Sale will be here before you know it! Download the catalog and get a sneak peek at the consignments inside!
They call it the Hill Country, we call it fun!
The Hill Country Heritage Sale is just a few weeks away now and we've got the catalog online just for you! Click on the cover to the left or download it to see all the gorgeous consignments in this sale!
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The Hudson-Valentine Vegas Style Sale is going to be SUCH an amazing sale! Improve your odds and check out the catalog online! Download it!
Facing the perils of Wild West cattle-driving as Texas most famous trail boss
Posted: Aug 20, 2015 9:46 AM CDT
Author Clark Selby tells tale of leading 3,000 longhorns from Star Ranch to Dodge City in new book
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (PRWEB) August 20, 2015
Leading a cattle drive was one of the most exhausting and dangerous jobs available in the Wild West, but at least the longhorns didnâ€™t try to kill the cowboy. Add fleeing from thugs out for blood to the process and the cattle driver is in for a rough time.
In Clark Selbyâ€™s new novel, â€œIndian Leader Trail Bossâ€, Indian Leader is so renowned for his skill during these drives that he is hired on to lead 3,000 longhorns across an incredible distance. The only problem is that by the time he arrives at the ranch, his boss has been murdered, and Indian Leader is forced to go on the voyage with the rancherâ€™s daughter in tow while the murderous gang pursues him.
By Peter Mears, Harry Ransom Center Blogger, University of Texas
From August 4 through November 29, 2015, the Harry Ransom Center hosts the exhibition Frank Reaugh: Landscapes of Texas and the American West. The showcase displays over 100 artworks by renowned artist Frank Reaugh (pronounced â€œRayâ€). To complement the exhibition, a companion book is available titled Windows on the West, The Art of Frank Reaugh, edited by Curator of Art Peter F. Mears. The excerpt below is Mearsâ€™s introduction to the book, titled â€œRediscovering the Art of Frank Reaugh.â€ In it, he describes Reaughâ€™s life, vision, and legacy as one of Texasâ€™s most iconic artists.
We love for our breeders to give promotional memberships to their prospective buyers!
These promotional memberships are good for 3 months and will hopefully encourage new breeders to join the TLBAA. When giving a promotional membership, it is important to ask if the account should be set up with ranch name or in the memberâ€™s name. If possible, we would like to have an address, telephone numbers, and an email address.
Please take the opportunity of not only selling your animals, but to also mentor these new promotional members and offer them your wealth of knowledge and information about the Texas Longhorns.
Let us know if we can help with this process. Call Rick or Dana with questions at (817) 625-6241.