What is the TLBAA?

The Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of Americais a nonprofit organization working to protect the integrity of the Texas Longhorn by providing guidelines for desirable breeding practices, promoting public awareness of the breed, and advancing the scientific knowledge of historical and future breeding practices.

Who is the TLBAA for?

The TLBAA is established to help support and recognize breeders of the Texas Longhorn, as well as educating the general public on the many benefits the Texas Longhorn offers cattlemen.

Does it cost money to become a member?

Active membership dues are $100/year for adults and Junior (TLBT) dues are $25/year. A lifetime membership is available for $1,000.

How do I become a member?

You can become a member by emailing a completed application and payment to tlbaa@tlbaa.org, or mailing it to:

Membership Department
Texas Longhorn Breeders Association
221 W. Exchange Ave, Ste 210
Fort Worth, Texas 76164

Do I have to live in Texas to become a member? What if I don’t live in America?

Our association has well over 3,000 members across the nation and the world as a whole, as we welcome people from any part of the globe to join our membership.

What is “Texas Longhorn TRAILS”?

Texas Longhorn TRAILS is the Texas Longhorn Association of America’s magazine that is distributed monthly to all of our members, which is included as a part of your membership. As the leading Texas Longhorn industry publication, Texas Longhorn Trails provides innovative business and health information through our monthly magazine and digital media to promote the industry's growth, viability, and tradition.

Can I advertise my cattle/ranch with the TLBAA?

We offer a variety of advertising opportunities to our members who wish to promote their brands and services or anything in between. Whether in the TRAILS magazine, through our webpage, social media, or E-blasts, we are here to help you with all your advertising needs! Check out our options and rates here, or if you have any questions feel free to email myra@tlbaa.org.