Lizzie Johnson Williams, the Texas cattle queen, had her own brand in 1871. She is considered the first woman to herd cattle up Chisholm Trail.
she was a a women who lived her life she started school out as a teacher in Austin and became known as the " Texas Cattle Queen". and she wrote articles about the cattle industry, invested in land and cattle,and became Texas legend. she had her own cattle brand and owned cattle ranches throughout Texas.
Sierra Nevada Jonesshe was a character in the movie Cattle Queen of Montana.As far as I know there has been no real queen that was saddled with that title.If you are looking for a real person, there is a biography available:Lizzie E. Johnson: A Cattle Queen of Texas
cattle farmer from Texas
Cattle was first brought to Texas by explorers from Spain or the Spanish.
It helps the cattle industry because since texas had alot of plains the cattle were able to survive in texas.
There does not appear to be any real estimate of how many cattle were in Texas in 1834. However, there were 5,000 cattle exported from Texas in that year.
Texas has the most Sheep and Texas has the most cattle by far.
The year the cattle drive started in Texas was in the 1860's.
Oil, Cattle, or Cotton. But Cattle industry was the most important of Texas.
Texas they are know for cattle drives and cattle are found there
To take of cattle ,collect meat, sell cattle.
They were Spanish longhorned cattle, which became known and named Texas Longhorn cattle, and were recognized as a breed.
The first great cattle trail in Texas in the Chisholm trail.
Texas longhorn cattle were imported by Spanish settlers into North America.
A cattle drive.
Cattle didn't "develop" in Texas alone, they were "developed" all over the world besides the "great state" of Texas.
Texas is a state, not a city. Texas is the cattle state of the United States. Otherwise your question does not make much sense.
Products of Texas - oil, cattle.
Texas is a large producer of cattle, which is essential to the economy in the state, as well as the country. Without cattle, there would be no hamburgers, steaks, and milk.
Texas Longhorn cattle were a popular breed of cattle in Western Texas because they are the only cattle truly adapted to the environment of Texas. Their ancestors were brought to the United States over 500 years ago. Through a process of natural selection, they became the best adapted cattle for a harsh environment.
Cattle ranching started in Texas in the 1800s.