Viewing Our Longhorns
Cattle can be seen by appointment at our ranch near Sweetwater, Texas. Please call 432-955-8430 or email
to inquire about viewing any of our cattle. We would be tickled to show you around the ranch.
Shipping Our Longhorns
We offer shipping of our longhorns to your location anywhere in the U.S. Price is typically charged per loaded mile. We ask that all cattle be paid in full prior to delivery and all shipping charges will be due upon delivery.
Heifer calves born and raised at our ranch will have received their Official Calfhood Vaccination (OCV) for brucellosis. All calves are vaccinated for upper respiratory and viral infections, blackleg, lepto/vibrio, and will have been wormed.
We Guarantee Our Longhorns
We guarantee all registered Texas longhorn cattle we sell. We guarantee all of our longhorn cattle to be fertile. If fertility issues arise the purchased longhorn may be exchanged for another longhorn of equal value.
We ask that you put down 50% of the total price of the cattle you wish to purchase as good faith. The remaining balance is due 10 days prior to pick up or prior to the cattle shipping out. We accept cash, cashier's checks and all major credit cards. There will be a 3% transaction fee added to credit card purchases.
A registration certificate and transfer of ownership will be furnished to you free of charge upon the qualified sale of our registered longhorn cattle. Transfers will not be completed until all funds have cleared. We can send you home with a photo copy of current registration if you would like.
All prices are subject to change without prior notice. If you call or email inquiring about a particular longhorn the quoted price is guaranteed for 30 days.
Weaned calves will be branded with our holding brand and a private herd number prior to leaving the ranch. Calves that are still at the side of their dam and sold as a cow/calf pair will not be branded.
Utilize any photo you may need for your website with a photo credit. Free reproduction rights with photo credit as follows: “Courtesy of Danley Cattle Inc”