a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, March 2, 2012

AT The Farm

It is a farm,
 even though I rattle about other things...a lot.
We do have cattle and we are in calving time.
The babies are a beauty to behold.
Yellow cow is my favorite.
These are huge cattle but gentle.
The boys are tax money or steaks,
the girls increase the herd.
Our big man, Collateral, watches over all.
And the best part of all,
the grass is beginning to green.
A mild winter, a productive herd, and green grass,
all things a farmer likes to talk about.

22 comments:

the canned quilter said...

God has indeed been merciful this winter! Have a good weekend my friend.

MamaTea said...

Love those cow faces. Aren't they sweet? :)

Full Circle Creations said...

Those are some beautiful cows! We don't have a cow/calf operation but we do feeder calves and I can't wait until we get them every year.

Holly

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Glebvieh?

Country Gal said...

Great things to come then ! Love their faces ! Have a wonderful day !

Nezzy said...

Ahhhh, spring on the farm...life just doesn't get any better.

We have 77 head of fat cattle purchased as half starved calves we've been feedin' all winter besides the Cow~Calf Operation. Their all lookin' goooood!!!

We feed 'em well on the Ponderosa!

God bless and have a fabulous weekend sweetie!!! :o)

Sandy said...

Gail, Good morning to you girl! Wow, mighty fine head of cattle you have there. They are gorgeous. If find cows to be so relaxing for me, like horses. I could just sit and watch them all day.

Lynne said...

I know I am no judge but these are great looking animals to me! My oh my . . . you have plenty to keep you busy don't you!

Dreaming said...

I think I've told you before that I love cows. They have such sweet faces and the calves are precious. We are heading into exciting times as our earth comes alive again! Hooray!

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful, sweet cattle!

Jean said...

Love them. So cute the babies.

Marti said...

Calves are so cute. I remember when I was young that I could watch the animals for hours. We raised herferds. Have a good day.

Farm Girl said...

You have great cows and a great bull. I know I had read about them before but I guess it never clicked. I am looking forward to some more posts about that.
In my earlier life I raised show cattle and we had a bunch of cows too. I like cows about as much as chickens. :)

Irene said...

I do like your cows and your great old bull. The calves are wonderful. I'm glad to hear that the grass is turning green again. We had a mild winter ourselves. The cows here, which are dairy cows, go to the stable in wintertime. They are part of the Dutch landscape, black and white cows in the green meadows. Have a good weekend. xox

LindaG said...

Hah. Great name for your bull!
So the new female was a good thing.
Double congratulations, then!
Have a great weekend! :-)

Journaling Woman said...

My favorite time of the year when new ones are born.

T

Rudee said...

Moo.

I do so love your beautiful cows.

Eva Ason said...

The calfs are so cute and the big man is magnificent. I wouldn't mess with him [hehe]. Have a lovely weekend!
Big hugs, Eva

DesertHen said...

Nice looking herd! I love calves in the spring time. They are so frisky and fun to watch play!

Sue said...

You've got some healthy looking animals there!

=)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Cute babies..spring must be there:)

Mimi Foxmorton said...

Ha! I was so intent on Mags that I failed to notice this was a FARM blog!

Yay!

I look forward to following!

LOVE your cows! I just got a new *borrowed* baby cow. SHe's a sweet bean!

5 blogs? Ha-ha. I HARDLY keep up! lol

But you might enjoy The Goat Borrower.....which is what I am!

Have a sunny day!

Mimi

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