Friday, October 9, 2009

Camera-Critters #79


It's that time of year again for our farm... calving time. We are 'fall calvers'. Well, we personally aren't, but the cows on our farm are. So, every fall (we certainly hope and pray), we drive through our fields, watching out for little black speed bumps...

I often get met with a bit of attitude.
"Hey lady, zctly whatchoo think yur lookin at?"

(c) Misty DawnS

As we drive, we try to count how many calves we have thus far. That always becomes interesting, because, you see, calves and cows are living creatures, and... they move. Try as I may, I can NOT get the cows and calves trained to line up for attendance. Nope, just ain't happenin'.

"Can't see you! Can't see you!
If I can't see you - you can't see me!"
(c) Misty DawnS

"OK Lady, I'm standin, but I ain't linin' up!"
(c) Misty DawnS

If all works as it should, our fields should be dotted with around
90 calves by the end of calving season.

These, are the bulls. They are in a pasture by our house right now.
I'm really no interest to them. Thank goodness
(c) Misty DawnS


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30 comments:

Tammy

OMG they are so cute!!! Bring me one! I'm sure John wouldn't mind another pet. ;o)

Sandy Kessler

dear dear face I'm a vegetarian

eileeninmd

Great shots of the calves, they are so cute. Cool shot of the cows and the moon.
Thanks for hosting and for sharing your critters.

Squirrel

Nice captures!

Adrienne in Ohio

The calf is so sweet! Love that last shot, too.

Dianne

they really need to learn to raise their hands and be counted ;)

Coy

Wow, thats a lot of calves to keep track of! Nice looking animals to.

My dad has a small herd of over two dozen on our family farm and he counts the herd at least a couple of times each day but then he really isn't a farmer any more. Now that he is 82 his cattle are just big pets.

Janie

Cute photos of the calves, and a lovely one of the moon over the pasture.
We don't have cows, but we live in a rural area and I love watching the calves play when they're very young.

Jenn Jilks

So cute!

Regina

Cool shots!

Kitty

I LOVE the look on the face of the calf! Great shots!

Ashrunner

Nice shot of the bulls at moonrise.

Carletta

Cute calves indeed!
I just love that last shot - beautiful!

mountain.mama

That's a lot of calves!

Martha (Menagerie)

Such cute calves! Great shots :-)

Oskar

Those baby cows are very cute!

Carrie

they are cute little calves aren't they. I always thought calving season was more of a spring thing.

Nikki-ann

Great shots! I loved the commentary too! Nope, animals just won't do what they're told, will they?!

Calico Crazy

They are so sweet! Makes you just want to hug them. I'm sure they'd appreciate that. Great story to go with the photos.

Calico Contemplations

Willa

I love going to the farm I think that is where real fun happens.

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~

They are very cute, it must be so nice seeing so many young calves around.

Dorothy

This is a wonderful blog, my first visit and I'll be back..the photos are priceless..

Dorothy from grammology
grammology.com

Bruce

Cute little calves!

Reader Wil

Lovely! Young animals are such innocent creatures!

storyteller

Lovely calves ... and moon lit evening too.
Hugs and blessings,

Willard

Excellent subjects, and a very familiar sight. My dad has a lot of cows on the family farm, too.

lisaschaos

Calves are just too cute! Nice captures!

Kerri

Oh I just love the babies! Adorable!

sweet bay

Those calves are very cute. Our neighbors used to have longhorn cattle and I miss seeing the colorful cattle and the calves racing around together.

Akelamalu

They are just so adorable!

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