Ft Worth Herd
Managed by the Fort Worth Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Fort Worth Herd presents Stockyard visitors with a glimpse into the past and Fort Worth's rich western heritage with the world's only twice daily cattle drive. In preserving its heritage as Cowtown, the City of Fort Worth has its own herd of 15 Texas Longhorns - one for each decade of Fort Worth's 150-year history.
11:30 AM & 4:00 PM
Daily, weather permitting
The Cattle Drive travels through the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards on E. Exchange Avenue in front of the Fort Worth Livestock Exchange Building and then back to the holding pens behind the Livestock Exchange Building for viewing.
Best Places To View The Herd
Any Stockyards Station Restaurant with Outdoor Seating. Standing on E. Exchange Avenue in front of the Stockyards Visitors Center. The lawn in front of the Livestock Exchange Building.
See The Steers Anytime During The Day!
The Fort Worth Herd Steer can be viewed daily between drives in their pens behind the Livestock Exchange Building on East Exchange Avenue.
Want to learn more about The Herd!
Check out this video from Chris Cox's Horsmanship Show on RFD-TV
Chris Cox of RFD-TV's Chris Cox Horsemanship Show has graciously allowed us to use a recent episode featuring the Fort Worth Herd. Taped in the Historic Fort Worth Stockyards, the show highlights The Fort Worth Herd, its drovers and the world's only twice daily cattle drive (which occurs on East Exchange Avenue at 11:30 am and 4:00pm every day). Chris even shares some of his horse knowledge with The Herd drovers.