News Article | 2/16/2009


FORT WORTH, Texas (Feb. 16, 2009) – Hillwood Land & Cattle earned multiple honors, including Champion in the All-Black Brahman Crosses division, at the recently completed Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo. The group also earned Reserve Champion in the Overall Brahman Division, First Place in the All-Black Brahman Crosses Pairs division and second place in the All-Black Brahman Crosses Bred Heifers division.

Hillwood Land & Cattle also earned third place in the Herdsman Award in the Commercial Heifer Show & Sale. The Herdsman Award is presented to the ranches that reach the highest levels of achievement for presentation, cooperation and marketing at the stock show.

Led by Mark Baker, Hillwood Land & Cattle manages ranching and farming operations at Hillwood’s 17,000-acre AllianceTexas development, as well as other company properties in North Texas. In addition to the large herd of All-Black Brangus cattle, Hillwood Land & Cattle also oversee a herd of Longhorn cattle, a herd of buffalo and a camel named Teddy.

The 17,000-acre AllianceTexas development includes the Alliance Global Logistics Hub, the Monterra Village apartment home community, the corporate campuses and golf courses of Circle T Ranch, Alliance Town Center, and the Heritage and Saratoga residential communities. AllianceTexas now houses 6,700 single-family homes and 200 companies that occupy more than 29 million square feet. Sixty-five of the companies at AllianceTexas are ranked on the Fortune 500, Global 500 or Forbes List of Top Private Firms.

Hillwood, ( a Perot company, is ranked as one of the top commercial real estate developers in the country and the top residential developer in Dallas-Fort Worth. The company’s developments currently house facilities for close to 90 companies listed on either the Fortune 500, Global 500 or Forbes List of Top Private firms. In addition to AllianceTexas, Hillwood is best known for its development of AllianceCalifornia in San Bernardino and the $420-million American Airlines Center and Victory district near downtown Dallas.

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