Some of the Cows, Calves, and Yearlings

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randiliana

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Here is the real reason we went down. For the most part they are looking pretty good. All except one old girl whose back/hips are giving out on her. She is still getting around, but not as well as she should. Fortunately she is sticking very close to the water, and she has lots to eat.

Poor old girl. You can see the dips near her hip bones. She is in positively great shape now, compared to when we bought her last fall. Not an easy keeper.
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And the better looking part of the herd. Most of what is here is older cows, late calvers or cows with other problems. The yearlings are the ones on the chopping block.

A couple of 5/6 year old girls.
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Purebred Shorthorn heifer. She is just 13 months old, but if she isn't bred, she will be going to town this fall.
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The twins, and their mama. Not the greatest pic, they were on the other side of the coulee.
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General herd pictures
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Another yearling. This one is about 18 months old.
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The 3 stooges. Had to come over and see what was going on. I'm not sure who is Curly :lol2:
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And one of the better heifer calves down there.
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those are some goodlooking cows calves an heifers.an the grass looks tall thick an lush.
 

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