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Black Angus Cattle

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There have been more than 22 head of black Angus cattle on the farm at the same time. 


The number of cattle varied, but typically the herd included seven mother cows, seven nursing calves, one bull, and seven weaned calves ready for sale.


Registered black Angus cattle are gentle, have small calves, and are easy to train and handle.

The cattle and horse round-pen-corral, catch-pen, or training-pen is designed with a smaller holding pen.  The holding pen is connected to a loading shoot.


The round-pen is adjacent to a small two-acre pasture for weaning calves and sorting cattle and horses.


The agriculture property taxes on the farm are less than $100-per-year!

A long time senior citizen farmer proved to be a great friend and an expert on almost everything.  His sage advice was always welcome.  One of his most valuable sayings was simple:  If you name your cattle, you’re over feeding them!


For about a decade, two burros called the farm home.  After a truck horn proved to round up the cattle faster than two horses could, the horses were sold, and the burros continued teaching the cattle Spanish. 

The cow asked, “See the bull?”


After May 30, 2012, all the cattle were sold, and the farm has been dedicated to the production of delicious five-foot tall, round coastal Bermuda grass hay bales for horses and cattle.


The first hay cutting in May 2019 produced 90-large round bales. 


That was more than two-bales per acre.  The wooded area near the pond provides shade and a hiding place for mother cows to give birth to their calves.

For more information, contact Realtor Wayne Burgdorf at SVN/Trinity Advisors.

Cell:  817-726-8586  or  Office:  817-288-5556

Email Wayne:

This is an agricultural and informational website displaying information about Karl Woods’ Farm in Royse City, Texas.  Any and all real estate inquiries should be directed to Realtor Wayne Burgdorf at SVN/Trinity Advisors.


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