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Moreno Ranches: Brahman Cattle for Sale in Texas
Moreno Ranches is a top producer of Brahman cattle for sale not only in Texas but throughout the United States. Customers come to us for genetically superior Brahman bulls for sale in Texas as well as for Brahman semen (seed stock) or Brahman embryos. We produce both Brahman heifers and calves for sale for our Texas customers, including for use as show cattle or to produce Brahman F1 hybrids. A new focus for us is polled Brahman cattle. Use this website to browse our stock, or reach out to us for a friendly phone call. We are your trusted source of Texas Brahman cattle for sale. Visit our Texas ranch at 1438 Shield Rd, Frost, Texas 76641 or call 903-654-8076.
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