5th generation Angus and Hereford breeders

welcome to worrell enterprises

Worrell Enterprises LLC is owned by James, Shannon and Jarrett Worrell and is located in Mason, Texas. They are the fifth generation Angus and Hereford breeders. Worrell Enterprises is multifaceted with show and sale cattle, A.I. and Embryo facility, and private sale ring and guestrooms. They host numerous productions and club calf sale annually and host an annual show camp for junior exhibitors.

The ranch was purchased in 1919 by Shannon’s great grandparents, George and Meta Kasper on a GI bill. James and Shannon moved back to the ranch in the late 1990’s after graduating from Texas A&M. Since their return they have built a first class show and sale facility, including a new show barn, sale arena and office. If you are looking for a classy place to host your cattle event check us out.

James and Shannon pride themselves on the number of Junior showmen that they have helped over the last ten years. They have raised and sold numerous national champions to junior exhibitors. Some of these include 1 Supreme and 3 Reserve Supreme Champion females at San Antonio Stock Show, 6 National Champions at National Western in Denver, and numerous other champions at Lousiville, Kansas City and other state fairs. They have also had 7 Grand Champions at the National Jr. Shows. If you are looking for the next great show heifer or steer contact us.

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Sells in the Mile High Night Hereford Sale

Jan 18, 2019

WORR 26U Frankie 14F ET


Frankie, has been a stand out since birth. She is pure power with a look of elegance. She is big time with all the right parts that are pieced together with style.  She is huge middled and stout boned with a really extended neck.  For as powerful as she is, her shoulder lays in as smooth as you can find.  She is exceptionally soft at the ground and impeccable structure.  Gotta love her huge hip and hind leg. None of these traits should be a surprise, and you evaluate her breeding.  She is sired by the now deceased Cracker Jack. He has sired many National Champions and has put breeding pieces into many well know ranches across the US.  Her dam needs no introduction either, as she is making her splash as a true matriarch of the Hereford breed. The Remetee 213 cow continues to crank out the good ones.  She produced the National Champion Bull at Denver, Time Traveler and many others.  She herself was the 2010 Grand Champion Female at the North American International Livestock Expo. 
A full sib to Frankie sold in the Lowderman’s Top Cut Sale for $55,000.  Frankie has been shown 2 times.  Taking Reserve Grand Champion honors at the West Texas State Fair and then placing 2nd in a very tuff class at the American Royal.  


Sells open.  Selling Full Possession and ½ Embryo interest.  Worrell Enterprises will be happy to show this female thru her show career if new buyer wishes.


“Impact of stock shows on our youth”

by Dr. Brad Davis