Cattle On The Range In The Southwest

Cattle On The Range In The Southwest Ostriches


Stock #: 26070
Publisher: Southwest Post Card Co.
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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The western cattle ranges feed most of the U.S. There were no cattle in America when the Spaniards came (only buffalo) they brought a breed of "Long Horn" cattle which had their origin in Portugal. By the time Texas was annexed to the U. S. the Southwest was over-run by wild "Long Horns". Thousands were driven to northern markets. They are now repalced by better stock, great herds of which supply our finest beef steaks.