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Spring pasture on the desert

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leanin' H

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Our grass is better than we had last spring, but that’s not saying much. It’s still dang dry and we could surely use a half inch of rain. I took a few pictures while checking on the water trough.

A pretty decent red angus cross cow
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Sheeprock mountains in the back ground. Bally faced angus cow chewing her cud a little closer
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I’m about as happy with this young cow as any cow I’ve ever raised. She is just solid all the way around. And she always raises a great calf. Another dang steer calf this year though. Man I’d like a couple heifers out of her
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Like mother, like daughter 😁
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Pretty soggy steer calf. I’d take 500 more just like him.
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Laying around being cows. Great afternoon but a tad warm for May.
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Male member of the bunch. Calf maker. Tearer up of pretty much anything he touches. Bulls are helpful for 45 days a year. The rest of the time they are a giant pain in the hind quarters.
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Cement trough. Fed from a well. Tough and doesn’t rust like metal ones do. Have a fine evening.
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