A striking jet-black 17-month old European cross steer named "Lunchbox" was the belle of the ball in Cowtown this weekend. Tipping the scales at 1,329-pounds, the hunk was crowned Grand Champion of the Fort Worth Stock Show, and was later auctioned off for $205,000, courtesy of the Happy Davis Found ... More >>
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