Cattlemen's Texas Longhorn Conservancy is a non-member, non-profit. We rely on your tax-deductible donations to fund our mission of raising public awareness of the value of this Critically Endangered breed and educating future generations about the historical significance of original Texas Longhorn cattle. Our unique conservation efforts include DNA analyses that trace the evolution of and genetically define this heritage breed. We have domestic and international partners in genetic research. This research does not come without a cost. We need your support.
If you would like to mail us a personal check, please send with this completed form, to:

Cattlemen's Texas Longhorn Conservancy
PO Box 36
Tarpley, TX 78883


Conservancy By-Laws

Semen Collection

The Cattlemen's Texas Longhorn Conservancy has assembled a collection of foundation semen. Straws are available to CTLR member breeders for purchase at $10 per straw. Our mission is to re-introduce these old genetics back into our gene-pool. Quantities are available for use, not intended to stockpile individuals' personal collections. From bulls we own five or fewer straws, we will only allow use on females that possess 90% or greater conservation genetics. We ask all members to collect male offspring to contribute to this dynamic collection to assure posterity of original Texas Longhorn genetics.