Thursday, May 16, 2019

Holy Cows

In keeping with this weeks theme, The Alpaca FarmThe Coop and Yarn & Fiber
today I'm sharing more farm and farming pictures.
When I leave Arrow Acres Farm, there is another farm right on the corner.
By the time I hit this place, I am usually exhausted and farmed out,
but on Saturday, the cows were out, they were looking mighty fine, so we stopped.

There were three cows, all three looked exactly the same.

This one was "not too thrilled" with the girl with the camera...

and came very close...too close, so I backed up!

The other two were not at all interested in the girl with the camera.

They were a really pretty brownish, reddish, rust color!
I like their little tails!!

Synchronized eating...

Number two cow noticed me and charged toward me...time to leave!

17 comments:

  1. Those are some good looking cows. They must have plenty of grass and feed. My dad and his wife have cattle and it's calving season right now. He sends me pictures of the new babies. They are adorable!

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  2. she was probably hoping for an alfalfa sprig

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  3. Aren't those magnificent looking cows? Great photos Debbie, love their sweet faces.

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  4. They look super healthy and well taken care of.

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  5. Those animals have such a rich colour! They are huge!

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  6. Cows are so big and strong, I would've been afraid it would've shoved me over! ha ha! I love the cowl you're working on, it's gonna be so nice! And I loved the pictures of the eggs in the nest yesterday, so cute! Thanks for letting me know about the alpacas----they are adorable and I had NO IDEA THEY HUMMED!!? That is so amazing. The neat things we learn on these blogs!! LOL!

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  7. They certainly are fine looking beasts Debbie

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  8. Hello Debbie, they are beautiful cows. I love the closeups. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend.

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  9. They are such a wonderful colour aren't they.

    All the best Jan

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  10. Oh you brave girl, to get up close and personal for these photos. I loved the pictures. I do like cows having been raise on a farm. However, you were wise to get away. They like to snort stuff out of their noses and it isn't fun to get it on you.
    Sending happy thoughts and hugs!

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  11. I like how even their ears are spotted, they don't care for being on display while eating, or maybe just don't like getting their picture taken. Hope you have a nice weekend!

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  12. It seems to me that what you have there are bulls instead of cows. Maybe I'm wrong, but at least one is. That would explain the aggression.

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  13. Hahaha - I love that cow that came too close! I think (s)he liked you just a little bit :-)

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