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June 16, 2017

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Soapweed

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Cows enjoying life


Lounging around on a warm summer day


Some of them seem more scared of the water.


Later in the day they had drifted to the north end of the pasture.


I got behind them on my Ranger and drifted them to a gate into the next pasture.


But will pause to let them match up for a bit


And then push them easily along


I have opened the gate and started letting them through. At this point quite a few have already gone through single file.


I am counting them, but there is a slight break


So I can take a few pictures


They ambled easily through, and none of them moved faster than a walk.


Now they are walking on new grass


And singing a new song


Tomorrow there's no telling where they'll be.


The candy store


Is open


Come inside.
 

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Looks great Soap. It's far greener here right now but I have a hunch your grass is packing a lot more punch than ours :)
 

Big Muddy rancher

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I'm really envious now as we are drier yet, it's getting to be a long hot summer.
The smoke really rolled in here from the NW this morning. Hope we get some cooler temps this week.
 

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Big Muddy rancher said:
I'm really envious now as we are drier yet, it's getting to be a long hot summer.
The smoke really rolled in here from the NW this morning. Hope we get some cooler temps this week.

The weather prognosticators on Rural Radio today were claiming substantial rainfall is on it's way up through the plains and into the prairie provinces. Hope you get your share.
 

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I like the breaks when I am counting cows. It lets me get my shoes and socks off so I can use my toes ;-}

It's interesting what plants cows will eat when the stage of the plant is right. We have steers keeping goatherds at bay in one lot.
 

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