Adam and I were able to feed hay to the calves, then he filled the silage wagon while I went and took pictures of the baby calves, then we came back home and fed the calves at our house. I'll let you take a look at the pictures from our evening on the farm.
|I love cows!|
|All the calves came up to see me!|
|Probably one of my favorite photos from the night.|
Not because it's a selfie, but because my attempt at being
creative and artistic somewhat succeeded. I titled this one
"Reflections from the Farm"
|I was hanging out with the calves until |
Adam got home so we could feed hay.
|Adam working on filling the silage wagon.|
|Jack, the farm cat, is on the lookout for any |
mice that may be in here.
|The conveyor loading the silage into the wagon.|
|The new born calves with their mommas.|
|"Mom! Come on! Not in front of the camera!"|
|Baby calves are one of cutest animals on the planet.|
|He's my favorite!|
|"Mom! Quit moving so I can get some milk!"|
|These girls are in the maternity ward of the cattle pens.|
They're getting really close to having their calves so they're kept in
this pen. This wayAdam and his dad can keep a closer eye on them.
|Feeding the calves.|
|The steers (castrated male cows) are getting so big!|
They are probably weighing around 800-900 pounds.
Some scenery shots from tonight.
|The sunset tonight made it look like the trees were on fire.|
We hope you had a great Friday too! Enjoy the weekend and take some time to relax and enjoy the beauty that nature has to offer!