Jogeephus wrote:farmwriter wrote:It's not unusual for people to stop and look at or even take pics of our cattle (esp. the longhorns) and usually I'm just worried about them doing something stupid enough to get themselves hurt. But I've been curious about what might be wrong with a cow I saw on somebody else's place and thought about taking pics and posting, but it just didn't feel right.
If I catch myself wondering if something might be wrong, I try to take that as an indication I probably shouldn't do it. Just wondered if there was some code the rest of you knew about and I didn't. Thanks for the replies!
It wouldn't bother me in the least if you stopped and took pictures of my place or my cattle. Heck, it would be a compliment. I kinda think its going a little far when Rockingridge took my picture on my porch and implied that Michael Jackson was staying at my place.
Jo if that is you on the porch then you and I could be twins