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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

 
No glamour here today and truth be told, there rarely is and that is just how I like it. I've been cleaning out the chicken house, gathering cow manure and spreading it around where needed and turning compost too. I also made a quick dash into town this morning because someone ran out of petrol on their way to work but that's another story best left untold.
 
 

And because I don't think the goodness that comes from cleaning out chicken houses and turning compost heaps makes for pictures that anyone wants to see, I thought I would share a couple of the cattle.


Their winter coats are starting to come on in earnest now. They really are such a nice addition to our property with the sweetest temperaments and despite the horns, not one bit scary.

Tracy

6 comments:

Joolz said...

The cattle are gorgeous, so fluffy and silky! Too cute!

Lisa said...

How cute they are!

Karen said...

Just love them, so cute!

Liz Beavis said...

Oh I love highland cattle! I think they'd get too hot in our QLD climate though...

Staci at Life At Cobble Hill Farm said...

The cattle are beautiful! I've always adored that breed. :) Thank you for your kind comment on my blog today - it's much appreciated.

Our Neck of the Woods said...

Wow, your cattle are so adorable! The horns do scare me a bit, but I still want to give them big hugs and cuddles.