Hill Rodeo Cattle: Journey of Steers from Ranch to Vegas Arena Unveiled


Hill Rodeo Cattle, stationed in Mexia, Texas, has been the backbone of the team roping steers circuit across prestigious events nationwide, spanning the National Finals Rodeo, Fort Worth Pro Rodeo, The American, and more. Despite the glitz of Vegas and the NFR, the journey for these steers starts long before they grace the grand stage. Guided by PRCA regulations, these steers must meet stringent criteria - M-branded Corriente steers weighing between 475-575 lbs., tailored horns, bobbed tail switches, and legible ear tags. Hill Rodeo Cattle sources its steers from Mexico through a meticulous process involving border crossing and stringent health checks. NFR Streaming