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

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Thursday's Things In A Row

Row of bovines
I show today.
Freshly tagged calves
staying away
Not falling for that jive.
They'll tag your ears.
Run and hide!
Hiding between Mom and Dad
this calf is not being had.

Check in with Pat
at her Edge with A View
Join the fun
and have a ROW-day too.

12 comments:

the canned quilter said...

Nice cattle.. noticing not much green grass left. Are you feeding hay yet?

Buttons said...

Great shots we tagged ours two weeks ago they come back now:) B

Country Gal said...

Nice photos ! Guess thats one way to keep the bull out of it lol ! Cute post ! Have a good day and stay cool , it's a scortcher here to !

SaucyKod said...

noticing that there is little grass in first photo. Is this what your grassy field has become? However bottom photo, grass looks greener. Is this a case of the grass being greener in the upper pasture and ready for munching. Hope that scorching weather is over soon for you all.

Dreaming said...

Our neighbor has a calf that will become sandwich filling between two larger cows (no relation) in times of stress.

Sandra said...

my favorite is the 'family pic'

Pat said...

You know how much I love cow pictures! You should tell that cow in the first picture that we can still see her, even though she's hiding behind the tree!

I just love "Dreaming's" comment!

Sandy said...

Gail,

Those really are some nice looking cattle. There's nothing like a babe being protected by Momma and Dad.

Rudee said...

Wow! You do need rain!

Sue said...

haha

Cow sandwich!

;)

Jim said...

I love the first picture, Gail. The calf behind the tree seems to be a little shy!

Neat pictures and again I wonder how in the world you get them to stay put for the picture taking after lining them up.
..

LindaG said...

Good looking cattle.

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