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The longhorns were important to Texas cattle industry because they could thrive on native grasses endure heat and cold,needed little water, and were resiant to Texas fever.
Texans used cattle drives to move the herd from place to place the first cattle drive was from Texas to south of Rio Grande to supply beef for the spanish army.Click to Edit Description
Without cowboys ranchers wouldn't have got the job done. Cowboys did countless daily task on the ranches. They were young and helpful. Bose Ikard supervised trail drives and directed some of the operation.
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