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Calendar features ranch scenes, famous Longhorns

The 2013 Texas Longhorn Celebrity Calendar featuring colorful ranch scenes and portraits of famous Longhorns is now ready for Christmas gifts well before the New Year. The new (printed in the USA) collector's edition features 15 graphics selected from ranches in Utah, Ohio, Texas, Kentucky, Nevada, Arkansas, Colorado, Missouri and Oklahoma. Internationally famous cattle such as Zabaco, Auze, White Dragon, Jamizm, and Clear Win elegantly decorate each calendar month. These are some of the most valuable, huge horned exhibition quality cattle in the nation.

This full-color laminated calendar easily encourages every wanna-be cowboy or cowgirl to plan for the day they also can have their own colorful Texas Longhorn herd. The popularity of lean, high omega 3 beef, and the Texas Longhorn breed has caused increased value for breeders of this rugged bovine.

Western cattle admirers will cherish this collection of hand-picked graphics of nationally famous cattle which will be perfect for framing or decoupage at year's end. The cover photo was captured by Debra Helm, near St. George, in Utah's scenic Escalante Grand Staircase. Doug Hunt rides the sage brush range with a sample of his championship cattle.

For 34 years this cattle lover's calendar has been produced and distributed worldwide. Past editions have been recipients of Award of Merit and World Calendar awards. For ordering information, TLCC, 35000 Muskrat, Barnesville, Ohio, 43713 USA or tlcc@texaslonghorn.com.

Date: 10/1/2012



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