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

Monday, April 14, 2014

Farm Shots

Hen
rooster
Sir Loin
Collateral baby sits, too 
spring babies
Taking a ride

17 comments:

Saucy Kodz said...

The spring calves are looking mighty fine, and I'll take a ride in that rig anytime. That I would love to have but they cost as much as a car here....n I want a tractor like TM has too. Sounds like a Christmas list, ha,ha....but, don't we love our toys. Almost Motorbike time, snow is disappearing quickly, spring came overnight and more spring rain today to wash it all away. I heard and saw two motorbikes yesterday going through town - getting itchy to ride. Have a great day.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Sir Loin of Beef!
I always liked Bugs Bunny.
Little cows look happy.

Sandra said...

you know i LOVE those cows, even big old Collateral... and if i could just find Scotty you could take me for a ride in that thingy

Lynne said...

Love your Farm Shots and the smiles you bring to me!
Sir Loin!

TexWisGirl said...

adorable little beef tykes. :)

Farm Girl said...

Oh how nice to see life around your house. You have such beautiful cattle.

Linda Wildenstein said...

good looking cowlets.

Ela said...

Oh ! Beautiful pictures of your farm. My grandparents had a farm and my grandfather had horses.
I love the animals :)
Greetings

Ela said...

Oh ! Beautiful pictures of your farm. My grandparents had a farm and my grandfather had horses.
I love the animals :)
Greetings

Ginny said...

Spring babies are cute, and I hope Sir does not became a loin just jet, I would like him to enjoy the spring for awhile yet.

Sandy said...

Great pictures, I love field trips on farms. Is it warm out there today?

Mama Zen said...

Those spring babies just melt my heart!

Country Gal said...

Lovely photos . lol sirloin !! Thanks for sharing . Have a good day !

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Life on the farm is kinda laid back! I would love to have chickens again for the fresh eggs! Your Sir Loin cracks me up, and the babes are adorable. Did you name your rooster?

LindaG said...

Love the photos, especially Sir Loin and the calves. :-)

Teresa Powell Coltrin said...

Ha . Sir Loin. That tree is a looker too.

Susan Kane said...

The bull has a lot of responsibility to keep the barn lot full of baby calves. Sir Loin is so clever.

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