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Moved Cows to My "Creep"

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Oldtimer

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I moved some of the cows and calves to my "creep" feed today- down onto the fall pasture and stubble fields....Calves should really start putting on some weight...


Had a hard time getting Lazy Bar B Leinie (sire: Whitney Creek Bannon 730T) and mother to move..She became too big a pet, after I warmed her up- and had her in the corral a few days after I found her on a 27 Below chill factor morning...She isn't going to be pretty- no ears and missing 1/2 her tail- but she seems to have the ability to grow....


Trailing down some of the cows to get them gathered- and moved...My white "herdmarker" calves sure show up....


Whitney Creek Legacy 729T bull calf out of Lead On X Double Rito 525 EAR cow.....


Same calf- probably the best bull calf on the place...Doesn't look bad for a March 20th calf...The wind was blowing something terrible- and I had a hard time holding the camera steady....


The Prime Time sons (out of the heifers) are a little slower muscling out- but growing good...This is a Prime Time D806 son out of the Cole Creek Juanada 94U heifer...


The coming two year old heifers are looking good- heres a couple I got from Whitney Creek...This is W C R Floret 830 U- a Cole Creek Juanada Lad 81 T daughter....



W C R Mary 845U- a Bannon of Wye daughter


When I got home a few raindrops were falling- and the storm clouds were building to the south and east out over the wheat hay bales.....Now have thunderstorm warnings out for the night....
 

ollie?

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Edit: To work for me on my place they need more substance. Nice enough calves otherwise.
 

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OT: Saw your pics on 5barX, beautiful scenery, you are blessed to live in such country. Very nice cattle as well. :)
 
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