Red Dead Redemption 2 Bull Locations Map

Bull locations in RDR2 are not as many as you’d expect. To find Red Dead Redemption 2 bulls, you’re going to have to search ranches and farms, but there’s less than a handful of them that we’ve found with bulls. Since the bulls are domestic animals, you can expect to raise some eyebrows for killing them willy-nilly. Still, you need bulls in RDR2 skins, meat, and horns for selling and crafting. With that said, here’s our Red Dead Redemption 2 Bull Locations Map to show you where to find bulls in RDR2.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Bull Locations Map
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Where to Find Bull in Red Dead 2?

To find bull locations in RDR2, there are several places that you can visit. Three possible locations, to be exact; at least, as far as we’re aware. The best way to uncover these locations is to scour the countryside and find bulls. Use your binoculars to study them to add them to your compendium. This will tell you how to kill them and where they spawn, etc. Anyway, to save you the trouble of finding RDR2 bull locations, let’s list them out. It’s important to remember that these places are ranches and farms, so people might get angry if you kill their livestock.

One of the locations where you can find Red Dead Redemption 2 bulls is in New Hanover. You have to go northeast of Heartland Oil Fields. It’s right near the Parmody Dell, in the triangle of road lines on the map. The second location is in Lemoyne, in the northeast of Bayou Nwa region, north of Saint Denis. Basically, find the area called Lakay, and just go east from there. The third location we know of is in the north of West Elizabeth, near the border with Grizzlies West. Near the bank of Little Creek River, west of Wallace Station, you’ll find the Hanging Dog Ranch. You can find RDR2 bulls in that area.

Killing and skinning bulls can give you some useful items, which you can then either sell or use for crafting. Depending on the state of the animal you bring down, you can get a Perfect Bull Hide, a Good Bull Hide, a Poor Bull Hide, Bull Horns, and Prime Beef. The prices of the skins range between about $4.50 to about $1.50, depending on the quality. The horns and beef go for around $0.45 and $0.60, respectively.

If you need help with something else in RDR2, check out some of the other guide we have, including Red Dead Redemption 2 Buy & Change Mask, How to Get Rid of Bounty, How To Upgrade Camp, and others.

If you end up getting stuck at another point, you might want to check out some of the other guides we have. We've written about mysteries like the missing person Gavin, the Rhodes Gunsmith prisoner, the locked door at Valentine doctor. We also have instructional guides that show how to rob stores without getting bounty or where to sell jewelry and gold bars. If it's collectibles or key items you're after, we've found all the Penny Dreadful comic books, Chick's treasure map location, or that famous pipe for Dutch. Finally, if you don't care to explore the map yourself, you could take a look at our Watson's Cabin and Catfish Jackson's Homestead locations guides. In the latest Red Dead Online Moonshiners Update you'll have a chance to find Navy Revolver and Best Shack Locations.

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