Parting Shots

Here are a few leftover images from the Spring cattle move.  When we had the calves penned up waiting for their vaccinations, I couldn’t resist getting a few parting shots of them.

We won’t get this close to them again until fall when they come back from the summer pasture.

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There was plenty of room in their pen, but instinct tells them to herd up tight when they are faced with a new situation.

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I’ve never noticed that their upper eyelashes turn downward, instead of up like ours.

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Check out standard calf underbite. They lose this as they get older, but it adds to their cuteness while it lasts.

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Notice also how sweat has beaded up on his nose. It was 80+ degrees that day.

Happy Wednesday!

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Suzanne

Cattle, corn, wheat, beans, mud, snow, ice, and drought. Plenty of fresh air and quiet. Our life is sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes joyous, but never boring.

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3 Responses

  1. Carol says:

    That’s not happy faces I’m looking at, who would turn down a trip to summer camp? All these spoiled cattle today, there’s no pleasing them! :.)

  2. evelyn says:

    Wow! Could they squish together any tighter? Looks like one animal with multiple heads; LOL. And, yes, they aren’t wearing their happy faces, that’s for sure. Silly cattle.

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