this is just about the cutest sweetest thing ever...so cute, the photos are really good and clear and i feel like i can touch them. wish i could... Merry Christmas little new baby...
He knows how to prime the pump!Merry Christmas, Gail.
That's got to mean good luck. You all deserve it, too.Merry Christmas, Gail and Happy New Year to you all! ♥
Yeah!!!!! Nice weather for a birthday It is thick with ice here. Merry Christmas it looks like it is starting out right. Hug B
baby cows are just so very cute. when I was a youngster, I wanted to bring one home from my grandfather's ranch to live in our backyard. good thing my folks had good sense but I had already named him, Chuck. little did I know that the name was apropos. Happy Christmas calf. Oma Linda
so very sweet!
Awwww, what an adorable baby! I continue to be impressed with how beautiful and healthy your critters look. This little one will do just fine. Merry Christmas to you and yours too, Gail!
A Merry Christmas Calf!!!It's adorable, I love the calf's coloring. Merry Christmas To You and Yours My Friend.
Soo cute ! Have a very Merry Christmas my friend !
Love this. Thanks for sharing Gail!
Welcome to the little one. The cattle are wintering well. Merry Christmas!
Well hello there little calf. Welcome to the Farm!
Good for you! I hope you are expecting more calves..what fun to watch their antics:)
Merry Christmas Little Calf - wow, your herd are sure a handsome looking bunch, healthy, well fed n all. We have had ice storms past 3 days - Thousands without power, but we have power, are warm n snug and Gail, I passed your greeting on to my friend in hospital - she thought that so nice of you to send wishes. I brought my tablet down so she could read some of your posts, that she very much enjoyed. Take care you all :)
What a cute little Christmas calf! They are so cute when they nurse!
When I was a girl I used to walk in a field of cows next to where I lived. It was a field full of high grass and field buttercups and I would pull up bunches of both and feed them to the cows who despite chewing and eating non-stop never appeared to shorten the meadow. The buttercups grew nearly as high as myself and just watching the cows chewing patiently away would occupy me for a very long time. My mother must have tired with all the bunches of buttercups that I took back home. How delicious are the memories we carry. Lovely pictures - and they have brought back some wonderful memories.Merry Christmas!
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