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Milk Morning

Jan
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Come milking with me!



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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 11, 2013  

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  1. 1-11
    4:40
    am

    Short post! Straight to the point. :lol:
    I think the post button got hit just a little too soon! ;)

  2. 1-11
    6:08
    am

    Wow, do all your chores go as fast?…under 4 minutes to milk Glory Bee! woohoo:)

  3. 1-11
    6:52
    am

    What a blessing to be able to do all that and live where you live! Thanks for sharing.

  4. 1-11
    7:13
    am

    Now, how much milk did you get? I am milking this morning too, but I am doing it the old fashioned way….much, much longer to get the job done.

  5. 1-11
    7:14
    am

    What a sweet face to greet every morning…and now Dumplin too. I envy you!

  6. 1-11
    7:14
    am

    I’m getting nearly a gallon per milking now, from the two front quarters.

  7. 1-11
    7:18
    am

    I’m so glad I could come along this a.m. while enjoying my coffee. Thanks for sharing! ( I thought the shot of Dumplin’ switching her tail was very cute!)

  8. 1-11
    8:48
    am

    So much easier for you then trucking through the fields and doing it in your make shift place at the old farm.. Looks like everyone wins, you get milk and Dumplin gets her milk too. Thanks for sharing. :happyflower:

  9. 1-11
    9:36
    am

    My goodness, Suzanne, are you eye level with that cow?!

  10. 1-11
    9:41
    am

    Loved it. Do you even remember that GB used to be such a brat??

  11. 1-11
    10:33
    am

    Thanks for taking us along milking. Were you running the video camera too? That’s talent! Glory Bee did look happy to see you. I’m sure Dumplin’ is too.

  12. 1-11
    12:51
    pm

    I can’t believe the Bad Baby grew up to be so cooperative! And eager to participate. She’s turned into a patient momma, too. Her face is so pretty, and Dumplin is a treat.

  13. 1-11
    2:02
    pm

    I enjoyed this so much!! Love Dumplin’s tail wagging!

  14. 1-11
    7:52
    pm

    Loved watching this video today! So creative! Dumplin is so precious and the tail wagging was so cute. Moved a little fast for me in a couple of places but good camera work as a whole. I hope to see more of these “daily job” videos even if it is repeating what you do. It’s just so fun to go along with you. Thanks Suzanne!

  15. 1-11
    8:59
    pm

    I love how GB follows you into the milking area. How wonderful that you don’t have to catch her.

    How is BP doing?

  16. 1-12
    2:03
    am

    Awww, I just loved this! Great video! Thanks for sharing :heart:

  17. 1-12
    1:51
    pm

    Now I want a cow!! Dumplin’s little pink halter is so cute.

  18. 1-12
    11:28
    pm

    Oh Suzanne! What a rich, full life you have! :sheepjump:

    I thank you for taking us with you! :moo:

  19. 1-16
    11:41
    am

    Thanks, I think I could smell the barn! Can’t wait until Spring, I’m coming to vist !

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