Wednesday Pictures

The bred heifers keep reminding us calving season will be here soon.  Very soon.

The calves continue to grow and eat and eat.

The cows are still taking advantage of winter grass grazing.  Last night a cold front hit.  This morning it’s windy, colder and I see a skiff of snow.

Molly stood still for .2 seconds and I was lucky enough to snap this picture!

The chickens enjoy the opportunity to peck around outside.

 

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12 Responses to Wednesday Pictures

  1. Ryan Goodman says:

    Ahh yes, calving heifers. This time last year I was looking at 100 of em. Kinda gonna miss that when February comes around. Good luck!

    • Robyn says:

      Thank You for the comment Ryan! We should be calving heifers come the end of February/ start of March. Good Luck with your Master’s program.

  2. hey there:) It’s Sue, you just entered some comments for me on my blog, but you did not answer the skill testing question, so if you have time to pop over again please do so I would hate for you not to be entered:)

    And I love your pictures, makes me so jealous, I always wanted to live on a farm and raise animals:)

  3. hey there,

    so I am a dork, I was looking for a number not the written thing, so I totally missed it. Maybe I should not be allowed to be in charge of things like this;p

  4. I like the chicken picture, good white balance.

  5. Kristy @PampersandPinot says:

    Look at those fat chickens! So cute.

    • Robyn says:

      Kristy
      Thank you for stopping in. I, too, am Thankful for the simplicity of Wordless Wednesday posts. Plus, I like taking and sharing pictures.

  6. Kristi {at} Live and Love Out Loud says:

    Aww, does that mean we get to look forward to photos of sweet little calves in the near future?

  7. Candy C. says:

    Glad you were able to get a good picture of Molly! We don’t get to see her “posed” very often! 🙂

  8. Love those chickens and heifers! Can’t wait for calves. I hope the winter stays uneventful but we’re going to need some moisture!

    • Robyn says:

      Yes, spring moisture is going to be an issue. J says he is good now, and will start to worry if we don’t get any April, May or early June rain.

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