The Cows Are Back In Nebraska

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While chatting with our new neighbours, there was a “moo.” A “moo” a little too close to home. It wasn’t the new neighbours, it was our naughty cows taking a field trip. They are supposed to be in Nebraska. I won’t mention names, but, some farmer left the gate open to the oat field. And off they went.

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They had a sip out of the lake under the tree. They did some munching and then calmly ( they were calm ) walked back to Nebraska. They have all day to munch Nebraska down before moving on.

And Lumi shows off his very special bicoloured tongue.

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Bottle Calf Meet Herd, Urban Hat Meet Cattleman

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Our bottle calves are ready for the herd.  Poodle, a yearling, sets the hierarchy.

 

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They are mixing at the moment.  And hopefully they shall realize that they are not a retriever, but a cow.  We shall see.
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On the left, urban sun hat. On the right Australian Cattleman hat. Both sun protective. Each with their own ton “steel.”

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Herding bovines where they need to go.  I love a good hat.  And a good bovine walk.  For the first time, I feel like baby bottle calves are one with the herd.  We shall see.