Fort Worth in Texas
The Old West comes to life before your eyes during the Fort Worth Herd’s twice-daily cattle drive. Genuine Texas cowhands drive a herd of Texas longhorns down Exchange Avenue in the Stockyards National Historic District every day at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Every detail of the cattle drive—from the saddles and chaps to the boots and hats – is authentic and historically true.
11:30 a.m. & 4:00 p.m. 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.
Drovers are available before and after each cattle drive for photo opps and questions.
**For the safety of our guests, staff, and animals unmanned aircraft sysytems (Drones) are prohibited from use during the Fort Worth Herd cattle drive.**