PO Box 1037Refugio , TX , 78377 28° 18' 19.0224" N, 97° 16' 30.972" W
Texas Miniature Hereford Youth Organization
The Hereford cattle breed was first started 250 years ago by the Tomkins family in Herefordshire, England. In the late 1960s, Point of Rocks Ranch in Fort Davis, Texas used certified dwarf-free Hereford bloodlines to create the miniature cattle we know today. By 1989 breeding stock was available for sale. Point of Rocks Ranch still maintains 11 separate bloodlines to ensure a sufficient genetic base for breeding of the Miniature Hereford. They are purebred Herefords. They are simply not as tall as the normal, ordinary Hereford you usually see today. The miniature cattle are registered with the Australian Hereford Society (and American Hereford Association), just like their large counterparts; and their pedigrees within the AHA trace all the way back to when the Hereford cow first set foot on American soil.