Meet the Greeters
MeadowView has quite the stellar welcoming committee. Our herd of registered pedigree Texas longhorn cattle is sure to delight. Each one has a unique look and personality, and many were born right here at MeadowView. Get to know our herd.
Big Mama (TM33)
Solid brown cow with white underside, moved from TX to SC in 2018, gave birth to Little Brown early 2020.
A brown steer with chestnut highlights, born early 2020, offspring of Big Mama. This steer can really run!
Medium brown cow with white side markings shaped like the state of Texas, moved from TX to SC in 2018, gave birth to Snoopy in early 2020.
A white heifer with brown ears born early in 2020, offspring of Texas. Not to be confused with Ditto, a white steer with black ears born one week after Snoopy. Very lovable.
Light brown cow, moved from TX to SC in 2018, gave birth to Ditto in early 2020, our most vocal longhorn who loves to moo when she sees visitors in the area.
A white steer with black ears born in early 2020, offspring of Moo and looks very similar to our heifer Snoopy who is white with brown ears. Very sweet.
Dark brown and white cow, moved from Texas to SC in 2018, gave birth to Freckles in 2019 and Oreo in 2020. Smallest of our mature cows, she makes up for her size with her spunk.
A light brown and white heifer born in 2019, daughter of Speckles. She is a bit shy but very protective of little brother Oreo.
A white steer with black side flecks born 6/5/2020, offspring of Speckles and related to older sibling Freckles. Very inquisitive.
A multi colored heifer with a white triangle on the forehead born on 11/26/2019. If she follows in her mom’s and dad’s footsteps, she may become a member of Club 80 someday (horns in excess of 80 inches from tip to tip). Extremely friendly and loves to eat whole wheat bread.
A brown steer born in 2019. A bit reserved but he’s on track to be a big guy with long horns.