As a teenager Lyndon Baines Johnson spent summers helping out on his Uncle Clarence Martin's cattle ranch along the Pedernales River. Johnson's attachment to this land was strong, having been born down the road on a farm which had originally been settled by his grandfather. In 1951 Martin gave the dilapidated 250 acre ranch to Senator Johnson in return for a lifetime right to Johnson's mother's house in Johnson City. Johnson soon began what became a continual series of improvements to the newly christened "LBJ Ranch", eventually leading to the inclusion of 400 head of registered Hereford cattle. The Hereford has since become synonymous with the LBJ Ranch.
Commemorate this special relationship between LBJ and his beloved Herefords with our plush replica Hereford cow. Its soft and comfy body measures 10" in length, making it much easier to snuggle than the real thing, and it even comes with LBJ's signature branded horn.