The weather continues to be spring like. In South Dakota that includes wind. Monday and Tuesday almost blew us away. Good thing we have evolved roots to keep us grounded on such days. I also put rocks in my pockets so I don’t blow away.
I took these pictures during chores on Sunday morning.
Heifer calving is going good and we are over half done. It never seizes to amaze me how a calf can go from a new-born baby and a week later be a running bucking curious calf.
This guy is a few days old and was nestled down in the grass at chore time.
Roxie likes to ride along to supervise feeding the yearlings. She was pretty serious during chores. She looks so stiff and frank. I like the color and light I captured in the sunrise.
While feeding cows I saw these Canadian Geese by the dam. I saw three of them. We don’t see a lot birds around here; a hand full of pheasants and a few prairie chickens. Hopefully we will see more birds as the spring developes.
How is calving going at your house? How is the weather?
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