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Heat & Serve Beef – Limited Availability

Heat & Serve Beef – Limited Availability

Longhorns Head To Tail Certified Texas Longhorn Canned Beef. No Hormones! No Steroids! No Antibiotics! Grass Fed! 100% USA Product! Born-raised-processed-canned in Ohio-USA!

From deep in the Appalachian Foot Hills of Ohio, part of the Midwest known for quality beef, comes “now hear the sounds of thundering Longhorn hooves” a new product of Longhorns Head to Tail, LLC.

Before electric freezers there was canned beef. It is here again and for a lot of good reasons. New Certified Texas Longhorn Beef (CTLB) is carefully slow cooked, totally grass fed, free range raised, all natural, and for convenience, comes ready to heat and serve in minutes.

Please be advised to store cans in a dry place at room temperature to prevent freezing. Freezing my cause the can to swell and break the seal.

Most canned meat is a product of Brazil or China. CTLB is home grown in the good old USA. The ingredients do not include califragiilistic expealodocious or monosodium glutamate, but due to a total grass fed product, it does contain wonderful omega-3, vitamin E, and CLA along with many other great and wonderful natural health treasures.

Each large 28 oz. can contains simply, beef & salt. Very slow cooked, the juices are totally retained for a wonderful broth. It is boneless and has a minimum 5 year shelf life without refrigeration. Perfect for emergency provision, even if the electricity goes off.

Great for stews or soups — Just add your favorite vegetables and heat. Make “sloppy joes” or add barbecue for a tail gate grub of excellence. Enjoy just like fresh roast beef, yet without the preparation time.

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HORN STEW – Hot Off The Stove

Horn Stew – by Darol Dickinson

Barnesville, OH — HORN STEW, the book, contains 42 moving histories about people who loved their cattle and horses way beyond normal sensibility — enough that a level-headed psychotherapist could go bonkers trying to straighten them out. You will find personalities with bold enchantment and die-for devotion to breed extraordinary genetics — folks like Walter Merrick, Carl Miles, Hank Wiescamp, Frank Vessels, Johnny Cash, Sam Partlow, F.M. Graves, Audie Murphy, Sid Vail, Charlie Dees, Cecil Dobbin, Frank Doherty, Michael Mulberger, and Fennel “Impressive” Brown.

HORN STEW is exactly like the earlier Dickinson book FILLET OF HORN, except totally different. HORN STEW doesn’t have a semi-load of cattle rustlers and crooks, but replaces them with some bigger-than-life, colorful, business tycoons. These interesting actors had certain things in common: drive-your-wife-crazy chance-taking, the $317 bull that sold for $1,000,000, and such a love for great livestock that multi-millionaires even slept in the barn for years, with their livestock, to protect their investments.

You will picture the excitement of finding semi-coherent, famished swamp cattle with million-dollar genetics — unknowingly wanting to be rescued, become pampered and highly appreciated. Sense the thrill as they are acquired by risk and stealth. Watch them step off the truck, at home, forever admired, and soon to be highly valuable.

Study the inner workings of a conniving Tulsa police detective apply his most devious brilliance to win Quarter Horse Championships at the highest levels.

Watch my dad fulfill his dreams, from a little boy picking cotton on a sharecropper’s farm to building the first railroad tracks across the Mojave desert, to breeding and exhibiting a pasture full of World Champions.

Learn to understand the legendary horseman Henry J. Wiescamp, a personal side combined with an energetic business mind of unbelievable depth and chicanery.

In the end, learn the three ingenious common denominators of every great and highly successful livestock producer — by just reading on to the next chapter.

HORN STEW, 215 pages, 152 illustrations, available from Fillet Of Horn Publishing, 35000 Muskrat Pike, Barnesville, OH 43713. Mail orders $24.95 plus $3 for postage. On line click

Cooked horn will make your binoculars steam over — come and get it.

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Saving Money On Food Is A Good Thing

From: Longhorns Head to Tail Store, Barnesville, Ohio  740 758 5050

SAVING MONEY ON FOOD IS A REALLY GOOD THING. Owning your own thrifty storage freezer is the key to serious savings. Many people are buying bulk to get the good prices for real savings. Clients who check beef prices say buying bulk at Longhorns Head To Tail Store saves them about 20% rather than buying one package at a time. The freezer below can be purchased at Walmart, Sams, Lowes, etc, in about the same price range. It appears Sams Club offers the best price.

Sams Club Freezer

This is the label on a Sams Club freezer that has an estimated energy use cost per year of $24. A chest freezer always holds more than the same cubic feet up-right. The savings on one freezer of beef will pay for the freezer purchase and one year’s energy use.

Affordable Price

Halves of beef cut and wrapped at the LHTT store are still just $3.95 per lb hanging weight. If quarters are desired there would be remaining freezer room for USA grown fish, special LHTT pet food, mountain oysters and Oregon delicacy, fillet of spotted owl.

A 50 lb box of vacuwrap beef is 1.4 cu ft. Average LHTT halves are 5 boxes.

Store hours 10 AM to 5 PM every day but the Lord’s day, Sunday. Buy a freezer and call LHTT at 740 758 5050 —

Education: BETTER THAN ORGANIC  read how this can be

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The Beauty of a Western Polished Skull

It is just in time!  Place orders today for Longhorns Head to Tail products. Check on line for all types of decor, beef products, polished house-broke skulls, calendars, horn jewelry, tanned hair-on hides — everything horn or Texas Longhorn. Check it out. Avoid shoot-outs and stampedes in the malls.

Texas Longhorn Celebrity Calendar

2017 Calendar pp $12.

Fillet Of Horn Book

Fillet Of Horn, hard bound $29.


Tanned hair on full hide $275.

Real Horn Bow
Real Horn Bowl

Real Horn Bowl 8″x 8″ $39.50

Canned Meat
Canned Meat

Heat & Serve grass fed TL Roast Beef case of 12, $138.20

Big Skull
Big Skull

Polished skull 90″ tip to tip. Bring a cattle trailer to haul this one.

If you are a little tired of on-line ordering, call the ranch store at 740 758 5050, or better yet come to 35000 Muskrat Pike, Barnesville, Oh and make your own choices. Pinch the horn, kick the can, feel the tanned hides, or try on the horn jewelry. Make sure it is perfect. Give steaks for Christmas. One size fits all – if not save it for breakfast. Store hours 10 AM to 5 PM. Think of LHTT for gifts you can’t find in Walmart, hock shops, Good Will, or the Army Surplus stores.  Closed Dec 25 & 26.


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Favorite Items

A sneak peak at some of our favorite items at Longhorns Head To Tail! What are your favorites?

Hey all. Just in time for some last minute shopping. Head on out to Longhorns Head to Tail and give that special gift for your perfect someone. Monday-Saturday 10-5. 740-758-5050. Consider all the really cool items posted here especially our gift certificates, good to give for any holiday, birthday, just because it’s Tuesday ☺️ And of course, our All Natural Pasture raised lean beef is the perfect Meat Gift,,,, nutritious and delicious!!!! Blessings ya’ll. The cast and crew from LHTT want to wish you and yours a healthy and safe Holiday Season. Merry Christmas friends.

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Queen’s new crown

Dairy Queen BurgerChili is Dairy Queen’s dressing — make that crown — for its latest iteration of the GrillBurger. The Chili Meltdown tops a -half-pound cheeseburger with spicy, meaty sauce, showcasing the product’s versatility and enduring appeal.

Dairy Queen VP Lane Schmiesing, who handles brand marketing for the fast fooder, says the product makes “a pretty strong appeal to a pretty important demographic for us, which is 18- to 34-year-old men.”

The Meltdown also is cost-effective, he says. “Sauce is inherent in chili, so we don’t necessarily have to condiment it with other types of sauces.”

Launched in September with the help of TV spots and newspaper inserts, as well as in-store promotions, DQ’s chili burger immediately shot up the popularity charts, where it occupied a spot next to other chain fixtures, including DQ’s cheeseburger and bacon cheeseburger. Sales have since settled down, but Schmiesing says the Meltdown remains a popular item.

“Our whole strategic focus for menu development is to create unique, crave-able flavors featuring products people associate with fast food but may not be able to get at every fast-food restaurant,”

Schmiesing says. Turns out DQ didn’t have to look too far for inspiration. The chain has used chili to top off hot dogs for nearly 50 years, so ladling a little of it over burgers was “a natural,” Schmiesing says.

DQ also serves chili soup-style, but the burger topping is more viscous, lest it compromise the integrity of the bun.

“It’s an indulgence item,” Schmiesing says. “It’s meat on top of meat. What more could a guy want?”

Article courtesy of March 2007


“Good farming is the greatest form of artistic expression. Farmers create the bridge between nature and human nourishment. Food as the product of the agricultural arts goes beyond any image on the wall of a gallery or museum. Good eating, in that sense, could be considered one of the most integrated forms of art appreciation.”