Organized April 1970

The name, Los Ciboleros, is reminiscent of the days of the Mexican and Navajo buffalo hunters on the plains of Texas. The historic Ciboleros buffalo hunters began coming into the Caprock of Texas near Norton, New Mexico, in large numbers , from 1700 to 1875. The hunters used a trail west of the Deaf Smith County line, and proceeded eastward on the ridge between Tierra Blanca and Palo Duro Creeks, straight down the ridge to Hereford. At times, the Ciboleros used the bow and arrow, but often the lance was used to quickly kill enough buffalo to supply their season's food.

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