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LoveMoo11

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They seem to be doing well this summer-loving the pasture. The rain we had the past few weeks really made the grass tall and green. They are a little dirty though from the mud!

Petunia-She's 8, and the boss of everybody :p


My Hereford with the calf (not hers)


Me with Pansy-she is both a pest and a dream to work with. She'll walk right into the chute and you can do whatever you want with her-the only problem is she'd just as soon stay in there as get out and you can't run the rest of them thru :roll: She's always right behind me.


Having a grain treat!
 

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Nice looking cows. Is Petunia bred for fall?

Are these recent pictures? It is still so cool up there you still need a sweatshirt (pardon my age, a hoodie)?? We have been sweltering here, that really caught my eye.
 

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They seem to be doing well this summer-loving the pasture. The rain we had the past few weeks really made the grass tall and green. They are a little dirty though from the mud!

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Petunia-She's 8, and the boss of everybody

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My Hereford with the calf (not hers)

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Me with Pansy-she is both a pest and a dream to work with. She'll walk right into the chute and you can do whatever you want with her-the only problem is she'd just as soon stay in there as get out and you can't run the rest of them thru She's always right behind me.


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Having a grain treat!

Yeah we're a long time from sweat s and hoodies in so louisiana. 107 degrees on the porch today.
Great lokking herd.
Pansy looks to be plum rotten.
 
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None of them are bred right now-my grandparents just sold their farm and I just recently got control of the herd (my grandfather wasn't really on the ball and he had some health issues) so I am still getting caught up-did their vaccinations yesterday. I have been looking around for a bull-would love to do A.I. but since I am at school I'm not around all the time to watch for heats but I'm thinking about doing some lute if I don't find a bull within the next couple weeks. It has been OK weather up here-but some cold days. You usually need a sweatshirt in the morning and afternoon even if it is a nice day. Its been a crappy rain and stuff the last couple of weeks too :frowns:The pics are from last week.
Thanks for making the pics bigger too.
 

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LoveMoo11-

If you can locate someone to AI your cows, and select a pretty good Angus bull for a sire, you could have some GREAT calves by next May or June, and not lose a whole year without an income from them!

Time is of the essence - RIGHT NOW!

DOC HARRIS
 

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you have some nice looking cows there.take your time getting them caught up on things.you have something to work with.
 

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