cow pictures

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  1. mtman

    mtman Well-Known Member

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    some pics we took today:

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  2. veme

    veme Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Nice, nice animals! You have a lot to be proud of :) .

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  3. Melissa

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    They all look very strong and healthy!

    I want, very badly, a nice little Jersey cow.
     
  4. largentdepoche

    largentdepoche Well-Known Member

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    Aw your cows are fuzzy! :D I love the pictures!

    I think I spy a cow pattie in the first pic LOL!

    Kat
     
  5. tamatik

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    fine beef mtman.."Wilbur" is in the feezer here and hes justa bout gone.but since moving back to town.it,ll be awhile b4 we can get anuther.sorry for drooling on the computor.
    Gord in BC
     
  6. BasicLiving

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    Gorgeous - and I noticed how fuzzy they are too! And two of them look suspiciously like goats........

    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

    Penny
     
  7. RedTartan

    RedTartan Icelandic Sheep Supporter

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    Dangit! Now I want one...

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  8. EasyDay

    EasyDay Gimme a YAAAAY!

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    :gossip: Sshhh. I snuck that picture in of my girls, Sally and Suzie. :D

    The pic with my arm in the photo is our young (and only) bull. He's about 15 months old. He's such a friendly guy!
     
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    grannygardner Well-Known Member

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    Great pictures, especially the goats.
     
  10. mayfair

    mayfair a yard full of chickens

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    Great pictures! Thanks for sharing them.
     
  11. EasyDay

    EasyDay Gimme a YAAAAY!

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    Thanks, granny! That's MY favorite, too!
     
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    Awww, they are so cute. And you know I have a soft spot in my heart for goats. :)
     
  13. BasicLiving

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    Just wanted to make sure someone didn't pull a fast one on ya :eek: Sally and Suzie are adorable! I'm partial to goats - but your furry cows are really gorgeous! The babies are downright kissable!

    Penny
     
  14. EasyDay

    EasyDay Gimme a YAAAAY!

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    Thanks for all the compliments, folks! Our little herd is up to nine!! (Minus my goat gals, of course!)
     
  15. EasyDay

    EasyDay Gimme a YAAAAY!

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    Yep, Sandra, I know you do. And CONGRATS on your new house!!! How exciting for you and the girls!!! :dance:
     
  16. Karin L

    Karin L Bovine and Range Nerd

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    I love them! That fuzzyness is what our calves have, just their winter coats that keep them warm get frosted up in the mornings.

    About that bull...either it's me, or the pic, but he don't look like a bull...then again, maybe it's me...are all you're cattle petable like him?

    And your goats look like they got that mischievious look on their faces...watch out, they might be scheming up something when you're not looking! :p
     
  17. mtman

    mtman Well-Known Member

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    thats a bull but he is young a lot of growing to do still he does his job
    and all our cows are hands on makes things easy if there is trouble
     
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    My daughter (11yo 65pounds) was caught riding our holstein bull calf (6.5 months) by her brother eventhough she was told not to....he's still on a bottle and quite a big baby that will kiss anyone that gets within tongue distance!

    Great photos!