Texas Longhorns are a new entry at Canadian Western Agribition in Regina this week.
It is the first time in 24 years the long horned cattle have been at Agribition.
Toby Johnson from Big Horn, Wyoming brought seven Texas Longhorns to Agribition.
He says one steer has almost ten feet of horns.
He says the longhorn breed of cattle offer several advantages.
He says they have half the fat and cholesterol as regular beef breeds.
Johnson says he sold a heifer calf for 18 hundred dollars U.S. and was happy with the price.