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Sunday, 11 April 2010

Farmersgirl's Farm

There is likely to be a bit of a lull in my posting anything that I am cooking over the next two to three weeks.  I have a couple of 'saved' items but otherwise it should be a case of updates on my NEW KITCHEN!  The joiner is finally coming tomorrow, so I have spent the morning clearing everything out of the cupboards.

Anyway in the meantime, I thought I might entertain you with some pictures of our calves.  They love it when they get a new bale of straw for bedding and as it was a lovely day yesterday, the sun was shining into their shed and I was able to get some decent photographs without the flash.  They will probably remain in their shed until the end of April as there is hardly any grass in the fields yet and it is still too cold at night for them to be out.

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12 Comments:

At 11 April 2010 at 13:49 , Blogger Chele said...

Awe! They are so sweet!
(Spoken like a true townie ~ I know)

 
At 11 April 2010 at 14:44 , Blogger Alex T said...

Just chanced upon your blog and enjoying trawling through the recipes. Good luck with the new kitchen. Mine was supposed to be starting tomorrow but the bloke has just rung to say he's not coming until wednesday so can't see him finishing until the following weekend. I suspect a week of sandwiches in the greenhouse becons :) Can't wait until I get a working cooker and can try some of your recipes out.

 
At 11 April 2010 at 16:49 , Blogger Kaz said...

Aaww Janice, they are so sweet. I love the photos where they have straw on their heads!!
I shall have to get Lucy to have a look as she loves cows (I won't tell her what will happen to them though)!

 
At 11 April 2010 at 16:55 , Blogger Angelnorth said...

They look like they're enjoying the new straw! Good luck with the kitchen, hope it all goes smoothly. Just scrolled down to the last post - I have that DK bread book too, it's lovely isn't it?

 
At 11 April 2010 at 17:01 , Blogger Janice said...

Chele - they are supposed to be sweet at that age, but not when you have to catch them and they kick you!

AlexT - we will be living on salad and microwaved stuff that I have been putting in the freezer for months.

I like the one with the straw on the head too Kaz.
Joanne - yes it is a lovely book.

 
At 11 April 2010 at 17:04 , Blogger Davon Jacobson, Md said...

I have been enjoying your recipes that you have provided for us so far. Those pictures of the calves and cows reminds meof the farm my brother in law owns and operates. Keep up the great work with your articles and please stop by my health blog sometime. The web address is http://healthy-nutrition-facts.blogspot.com/.

 
At 11 April 2010 at 21:16 , Blogger Mary said...

Calves are good for city slickers like myself:-). I think they're sweet. Of course, I don't have to care for them. Have a grand day. Blessings...Mary

 
At 11 April 2010 at 21:59 , Blogger Traceyr said...

Looks like the bullock in the third photo is wearing his Easter bonnet!

LOL

:)

 
At 12 April 2010 at 06:24 , Blogger theUngourmet said...

I want to come and live with you. Your little cows are so darn cute! Best of luck with your remodeling. Can't wait to see how it turns out! :)

 
At 12 April 2010 at 08:59 , Anonymous MaryMoh said...

Wow...beautiful calves. I always love to see animal pictures. Once I went to see a shepherd dog show. It was just so awesome to see how intelligent and obedient those dogs were in rounding up sheep and even ducks!

 
At 13 April 2010 at 21:03 , Blogger Hazel said...

Love these photos x

 
At 12 December 2013 at 21:16 , Anonymous Beryl Mercer said...

I was so glad to find you. It's like going back home when I look at pictures of your calves!

 

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