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11 year old
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10 year olds
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#77 with April 5 calf
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#78 with her 11th calf born Mar 7
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8 year olds
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#54 with Mar 10 calf
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7 year olds
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#94 with Mar 10 calf
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5 year old
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4 yr old
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3 yr olds
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#32 with Mar 13 calf
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2 year old
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Bez+":3ef17hch said:
Seeing as I live my life vicariously at the moment I was hoping for the two legged kind!! :D

Cannot see the pics anyways - censors block them

Have a good one.

Bez+

So how do you know they are not the two legged kind? ;-)
 
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Jovid":2s3ehdew said:
Bez+":2s3ehdew said:
Seeing as I live my life vicariously at the moment I was hoping for the two legged kind!! :D

Cannot see the pics anyways - censors block them

Have a good one.

Bez+

So how do you know they are not the two legged kind? ;-)

:lol2: :lol2: :banana: :banana:
 

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hillsdown":112sbfbv said:
Well normally two legged girls do not have calves and are not referred to as numbers ,we have names.. ;-)

Now wait a minute......all the two legged girls I know have calves on their legs..... :banana:
 
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She's the neighbour's cow. Actually have 2 of them in there now, neither one of them has a calf on them, but at least these 2 are pretty quiet, most of them are pretty much nutty wild. Neighbour is one of those hands off kinda guys, doesn't touch an animal, and I think the only time he checks on them is when he moves them. Has no idea what he has, or really if they are in his pasture or not. She's been there all summer, and it is just easier to leave her than to try getting her out. We'll cut her them out when we bring our's home. Should send him a pasture bill, but we are 2 hours away and I'd rather not rock the boat if you know what I mean.....
 

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