Thousands of people have toured DCCI by bus (Longhorns Head to Tail Tours). Tourists, historians, conservationists, adventurers, families, schools, retired folks, and serious cattle breeders tour the ranch in person during the Summer bus tour season. Over the years, any potential buyer is encouraged to come to the ranch, check the stock, and select quality cattle at their own personal level of taste. This website allows a free arm chair tour to start right now. You save a plane fare, and you won't step in anything mushy. So, rope on - here's your free Cyber tour.
In south eastern Ohio, right in the middle of the great Appalachian cattle country is DCCI. We're told 75% of the population of the USA is within 500 miles of the herd. One hundred thousand of these interstate voyagers cross the north DCCI boundary every 24 hours and get a good look at Texas Longhorns from Interstate 70. (I70 is the nation's major east/west haul road between San Francisco and Washington DC) At Ohio I70 exit #202 turn south one mile and a tall DCCI sign points the way to the headquarters. Just head a mile or so west on Muskrat Rd and you're right in the center of DCCI.
DCCI hasn't always been a beautiful longhorn covered grass-topia. Twenty to twenty five years ago coal miners stripped the surface back and surgically removed over one billion dollars of black coal. They replaced the grass cover and now it has changed from a coal & timber area into an Appalachian lush functioning ranch.