My New Outside Blog: Bulls with HUGE Horns -- Houston, Texas

Bulls with HUGE Horns -- Houston, Texas

Bulls with HUGE Horns.  Several times a year I pass by these bulls with their enormous horns.

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I stumbled upon them by accident on a infrequently traveled road in the Houston area.  When I saw the size of the horns, I just had to stop and take pictures.  They are different than Texas Longhorns, these horns are much bigger in diameter.

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These two bulls were playfully butting heads and horns.  I guess they have learned how to spar and not hurt each other.

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This bull looks really smart.

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Here are the two brown bulls playing around again.  Let me tell you the points on those horns look very sharp.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsLiz Flint • November 13 2011 06:43PM

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I think those reddish brown bulls are from Africa... I don't know why I think that. Maybe I saw them on a show somewhere not sure.

Posted by Sussie Sutton, UTR TEXAS Realtors - Rep for buyers and sellers. (UTR Texas Realtors) about 8 years ago

Hi Sussie, I don't know where they are from, but they sure look healthy, and that is a rare thing these days with the drought we are having.

Posted by Liz Flint, Houston\Tomball Realtor (832)816-8066 (Century 21 Hardee-Team Realty) about 8 years ago

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