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Whole Bunch of Photos

randiliana

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Here are some fairly recent photos of the calves. Some were taken today, a few a week or so ago.

This one is on the short list for next year's 4-H steer, he is sired by Gelbveih


Same calf, he really is black


Some more calves out of cows we bought, they are all Gelbveih sired




This little guy was the last one born, Gelbveih sired


Calves out of our own bulls, mostly Angus sired with a bit of Simmental/Angus and some Hereford thrown into the mix

Out of a Tarentaise x cow


One of my favorite old cows, her calf is Hereford sired


I'm guessing this one is out of the Simm/Angus bull, out of a Shorthorn x cow


Hereford cow bred either Angus or Simm/Angus


Mama

And Daughter, Angus sired.


One of my favorite heifer calves this year....


And a group photo op, 2 Gelbveih x calves and miss Curly's twin sister is the one laying down.


And we can't forget miss Curly
 

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Thanks for sharing. I like the calves. Like pic of the one in the bushes in the background behind 129. Pics like that have stories in them. :nod:
 

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Jogeephus":3evj6et0 said:
Thanks for sharing. I like the calves. Like pic of the one in the bushes in the background behind 129. Pics like that have stories in them. :nod:
The hair caught on the barb wire is the first thing I noticed in that one. :lol:
 

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Thanks everyone, we are pretty happy with the calves this year.

That fence is around a dugout, and is impossible to keep up. They rub on it and fight through it constantly. It is a never ending project.
 

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randiliana":2s644cp6 said:
Thanks everyone, we are pretty happy with the calves this year.

That fence is around a dugout, and is impossible to keep up. They rub on it and fight through it constantly. It is a never ending project.


Looks like it makes a pretty good comb for that winter coat too. :lol:
 

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Great pics! Thanks for sharing. Really nice calves. We have the same fence problem. The barbs don't seem to deter them just make great scratchers. It's never ending.
Double R
 

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