Don’t Fence Me In

It’s Friday … the weekend is hours away!  I’m not Irish, but Happy St. Patty’s Day to those celebrating the Luck o’ the Irish tomorrow.

Here are a few more yearling pictures from chores last weekend. 

Humility is strong, not bold; quiet, not speechless; sure not arrogant. ~ Estelle Smith

  Too many people overvalue what they are not and undervalue what they are. 

~ Malcolm S. Forbes

Lord where we are wrong, make us willing to change.

Where we are right, make us easy to live with. ~ Peter Marshall

Happy weekend to all!  Do you celebrate St. Patty’s Day?

Linking Up With

Friday Fences #25 at Life According to Jan and Je

Weekly Top Shot #22 at The View From Right Here

Your Sunday Best #8 at A Rural Journal

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22 Responses to Don’t Fence Me In

  1. i like peter mitchell quote. just lovely. i always wear green on st. patrick’s day. just for fun, don’t want to get pinched. ha. ha!! i know lots of people who drink green beer or eat corn beef & all those goodies… but i just enjoy those pics or stories. great fences. enjoy your week. (:

    • Robyn says:

      Beth
      Hope you have a good weekend also! It would be neat so experience a St. Patty’s Day parade and eat an authentic Irish meal. Candy posted a recipe for Irish Soda bread that I want to try soon.

  2. Janis says:

    Love the quotes…so true! looking at that cow with that barbed wire in it’s mouth makes me twitch a little!

    • Robyn says:

      Janis

      I didn’t notice the steer had the wire in his mouth until I downloaded the pictures. I thought he was yawning when I took it.

      Thanks for hosting Friday Fences; it’s a fun linky!

  3. Kim, USA says:

    It’s very pretty photos the animals are awesome!

    Friday Fences

  4. LindaG says:

    Don’t celebrate, but I do enjoy looking at your cows.
    Hope you all have a blessed weekend!

    • Robyn says:

      Candy and Linda

      Hope both of you has a great weekend also! I made brisket on Thursday and am wearing green today; that is about the extent of our St. Patty’s Day Celebration.

  5. Candy C. says:

    We don’t really celebrate, even though we both have the Irish blood a runnin’ through our veins! ;) I do always fix corned beef and cabbage this time of year just because we really like it and the corned beef is available. No green beer though, Blech!

  6. faye says:

    What breed of cattle are you raising? They seem very curious and I love their soft eyes.

    • Robyn says:

      Hi Faye! Thanks for the comment.
      We raise commercial Angus cattle. We have a few cross bred cows, but for the most part Angus. I love the soft eyes of the heifer in the last picture also. She looks like a sweetheart.

  7. Great photos and quotes.

    Regards and best wishes

  8. I always love seeing images of cattle, cows, heifers, etc… they really do have sweet faces. :)

  9. Allison says:

    Thanks for stopping by my little blog. I love the pictures you have posted, makes me miss our cows…we will have some again someday :)
    Have a wonderful week!
    Allison

  10. Pat says:

    Sweet cow faces. Black Angus are attractive cattle.

  11. When I think about yearling cattle, I remember how wild they were! ;-) Yours certainly look quite calm.

    • Robyn says:

      Our yearlings are not wild, but they are curious. When we turn them out to grass we make sure all the fences are “yearling tight.”

  12. Saun says:

    I just love cows nice shots

  13. Buttons says:

    Oh I love your cow shots I love to photograph my herd too. They always have something interesting to share. B

  14. They are just the cutest… I remember so well taking care of our steers when I was growing up… they became part of the family. Please forgive me my tardiness in visiting your entry in ‘Weekly Top Shot,’ I have been rather under the weather the past few days, although still working. I’m so glad you decided to join us and share at ‘Weekly Top Shot.’ :-) I hope you’ll come share again next week…

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