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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Samcowman, Feb 14, 2013.
TwoMills Joanna has twins for @Old Tip in the Lakes
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Lorry load of Exlana ewes and rams hit Switzerland for their new home in the Alps
How does a White Galloway cow crossed with a Whitebred Shorthorn bull end up with a black calf. Still chuffed and surprised, well done Two Mills Joanna @JP1
Salt and Pepper twin heifer Blue Grey calves
This lamb couldn't wait till mum had finished having her hair cut for a drink
Rachel's neighbours' cattle. Some
Pretty strong Herefords
Lambs staring to finish nicely at last. Hot humid weathers not helping mind....
A nice picture taken on farm the other day, looking forward to sharing some details on our new project with you all soon.
Grand Dam's Belted genetics expressing themselves from this Riggit Galloway mating.
If nothing else maybe I should revisit the milking Belted Galloways thread
The Galloway is more impressive
wind powered cow
Been evading me for 8 weeks now ----last of the lambs tagged & quads to boot
Grass only ---
She reared 1 as a ewe lamb, 1 as a yearling and now this ----
Cattle are thriving in this weather. Told them not to eat this too quickly though as silage fields hardly grown in the 3 weeks since they were cut.
Not really taken as a livestock shot. Although I do like the colouring of the mongrel calf as he's changing Was just taking photos of whoever was standing in a good spot for a shot with the clouds.
But since it's a livestock thread... Calf was born end of February. Bull is a Hereford, Cow is Jersey x Highland (see, mongrel). He's really darkening up in the last month. Despite his initial Hereford colouring he inherited black skin from his mom. Found this out when I castrated him and his nut sack was black with red hair Be interesting to see how dark he really goes.