About Us

Registered Gray Brahman Cattle

History      Welcome to LINDLEY BRAHMANS and Sulphur Springs, Texas. 
Sulphur Springs is located 70 miles east of Dallas on I-30, conveniently located for visitors
from north and east Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and northern Louisiana.


         2013 found changes in the day to day operation of Lindley Brahmans.  Sara Lindley Allen has assumed the day to day operations of the ranch.  Sara is our go to person for sales.   Suzanne Lindley continues her involvement from the office.  Savannah and Blaine Allen are busy as the Junior Herdsmen.   Susan Lindley Perkins is involved in the behind the scene discussions and decisions.  Harper Perkins loves the cattle and is growing fast. 


         Billy Dan and Suzanne Lindley purchased their first three Registered Brahman heifers from E. T. Sparks. From the beginning heifers had to be gentle, big, growthy, and correct to be selected. This first purchase plus additional purchases from Jim Tarrent then J. T. White were the beginnings of LINDLEY BRAHMANS.

        Our goal has always been to breed quality Gray Brahman cattle. All cattle are selected for beefiness and gentleness.  With the purchase of J. T. White bulls most of the foundation females carry a predominately JT WHITE pedigree.
     Starting with the purchase of JD Hudgins bulls in the late 1990 a new dynamic was added to the
BL cattle
.  Herd sires used at Lindley Brahmans still carry the ideal philosophy of growth and correctness. 
     Our  outstanding cow herd is being bred to the best bulls available today. 



Sara Allen and Susan Perkins

     Daughters Sara Lindley and Susan Lindley Perkins share their parents' interest in Brahman cattle.  They do not remember when Brahman cattle were not part of their lives. Starting as members of the Texas Junior Brahman Association and charter members of the American Junior Brahman Association you might say these two young women have spent a lifetime with Brahman cattle. Its hard to realize they have been active ABBA members for over 35 years. 

     Many of the top cows at LINDLEY BRAHMANS carry the circle S or the -S- shoulder brands. All of these cattle started as outstanding show cattle Sara and Susan accumulated.


Suzanne  works behind the scenes at the ranch keeping our website, doing day to day paperwork and corresponding with buyers.

       Savannah, Blaine and Harper

        The next third generation at Lindley Brahmans inherited a love of Brahman cattle.  Grand daughter Savannah Allen and Grand son Blaine Allen now have started their herds and are branding their calves.  Savannah is now a director for AJBA and TJBA.   Blaine participates in showing and leadership contest.  We have great hopes for Grand daughter Harper.  She should be good for Pee Wee Showmanship another year.  Look for the cattle shoulder branded half circle S and B, soon to come crescent h.  Savannah will teach Harper every thing she needs to know about showing.  Blaine says he will help.

       We have been honored to have our brand, BL, on the stair wall of the Kleberg
building on the campus of Texas A & M. since 1979. 
      Hopkins County was one of the first counties to participate in the brandings after
the building was opened.
 "Lindleys" have been involved in agriculture and ranching in Hopkins County
since the 1830.


The BRAND on cattle
 the true cattleman is striving toward.

Fitter Max Watts, Billy Dan and Suzanne

      LINDLEY BRAHMANS are known for their gentle dispositions. "Gentlest in East Texas" has been the ranch motto for the last forty seven years. 
      Remember the most important  information on a cattle pedigree is the Breeders Name.



Leaving a Legacy
Lindley Retires as President ABBA

Past President Billy Dan Lindley
passed away on Monday, December 17, 2012

HLSR International_Show_Dedication


 Suzanne Lindley
Sara Lindley and Susan and Daryl  Perkins
Savannah and Blaine Allen and Harper Perkins
7571 Farm Road 2285
Sulphur Springs TX USA 75482
email     office@lindleybrahmans.com


The "Blizzards" of February, 2010  and February. 2011  East Texas Style
Record breaking snow in Sulphur Springs   8 1/2 inches in 24 hours.
That's a lot of snow!  I could not get in the pastures, too muddy, but the cattle did fine.
(snow pictures)