Texas Ranger JP

Reg#: 681

DOB: 1968

Breeder: Jack Phillips Jr.

Owner: Animal is Deceased

Weight: 1690

Horns: 48-3/4"

Texas Ranger JP { Two Tone { Phillips Bull { Phillips Bull
Phillips Cow
Phillips Cow { Phillips Bull
     Phillips Cow
Brazos Belle #182 { Phillips Bull { Phillips Bull
Phillips Cow
Phillips Cow { Phillips Bull
Phillips Cow

TEXAS RANGER JP - is sired by Two Tone, out of Brazos Belle.  By every calculation, he has done more for the Longhorn breed to bring them into the limelight than any other sire in history.  Not only does he sire great sons & daughters, his sons & daughters often reproduce better than themselves.  The lineage goes on getting better & better.  Every All Age World Champion bull & All Age International Champion bull in history have traced back to Texas Ranger in their pedigree.  He is the only bull in history to have that merit.  Texas Ranger has a fan club that will purchase his sons & daughters, no matter what.  Young progeny are few & far between due to the fact there is only a small amount of semen left on the famous old Texas Ranger JP.  He is the bull you breed to that very special cow, when no other bull is good enough.  Use him to perpetuate the miracle of AI conception 20 years after his death.  (1968-1983)

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