Fat and Sassy

Jan
25

She doesn’t look like she’s missing any meals, does she?

Glory Bee, giving me the evil cow eye. Today is her milking day. Tomorrow, Beulah Petunia is mine again.

Glory Bee: “Stop taking my mommy away!”

“I still need her.”


Slurp.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 25, 2011  

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  1. 1-25
    2:32
    pm

    I love Glory Bee’s sweet face, especially her ‘rosette’ of fur on her forehead :cowsleep:

  2. 1-25
    2:36
    pm

    She is still gorgeous. She looks so big in those pics, until she’s next to her momma.

  3. 1-25
    2:40
    pm

    Shes wonderful, I like to see them nursing, it is refreshing for me. :cowsleep: :moo:

  4. 1-25
    2:43
    pm

    She’s still a cutie! With just a bit of attitude… :airkiss:

  5. 1-25
    2:44
    pm

    She is so much “beefier” looking than her Jersey mama! And having seen nearly-year-old beef cattle still nursing, they must think they need their mamas for LIFE.

  6. 1-25
    2:57
    pm

    Aw wee, she’s such a cute thang!

  7. 1-25
    2:59
    pm

    She’s getting such a pretty red face! Must be growing up…

  8. 1-25
    4:16
    pm

    Just gotta love the “cowlick”. :moo:

  9. 1-25
    4:32
    pm

    Beautiful “little” thing! LOL!

  10. 1-25
    4:35
    pm

    She does get a look in her eye that’s vaguely reminiscent of the Mean Rooster, doesn’t she?

  11. 1-25
    5:31
    pm

    Omg, let’s hope she isn’t like Mean Rooster! Poor Suzanne!

  12. 1-25
    5:38
    pm

    I found your blog last week and I spent hours going through your back posts…I love seeing all your animals. I have a soft spot in my heart for cows. So enjoy seeing and reading all about Glory Bee and BP. I wish I could have a cow. I grew up with them. Love so much. I’m not in to horses at all but cows? That is another story. Love the goats too. Seeing your’s makes me want a goat. But….alas…I guess I just have to be happy with my four weenie dogs. Anyway…I just wanted to leave a note and say how much I LOVE your blog and how happy I am to have found it.

  13. 1-25
    5:53
    pm

    Looks like she’s coming along. Stick a fork in her, she’s done!
    Suzanne

  14. 1-25
    5:55
    pm

    So sweet and she is so cute!

  15. 1-25
    6:22
    pm

    She is so Cute!!!!!!!!! When does she stop nursing from Beulah for good? And when will you have Glory Bee bred?

  16. 1-25
    6:34
    pm

    Love that awesome middle-of-the-face cowlick.
    Love the chicken in the second photo: “What’s going on here? I want to be in the picture, too!”

  17. 1-25
    8:26
    pm

    She really is cute. How don’t know how her fur or coat(?)feels but it sure looks like it is soft and fuzzy! Perfect for petting! :moo:

  18. 1-25
    9:28
    pm

    She is getting big now,how is the handling going now? Love the pic of the chicken sharing some of the limelight!

  19. 1-25
    10:24
    pm

    So cute! I cannot take it! :-) Beautiful shots!

  20. 1-26
    12:51
    am

    LOL, got such a kick out of the random chicken head in the second photo. Ol’ Glory Bee is gettin’ big!

  21. 1-26
    6:40
    am

    stinking cute!! shes so purrrrty!!

  22. 1-26
    7:04
    am

    Love the photo with Glory Bee and the chicken. Glory Bee is getting big. So much fun watching her grow up.

  23. 1-26
    7:11
    am

    She is so adorable. And the bad thing is she knows it. :)

  24. 1-26
    7:49
    am

    Has she ever grown. What a pretty calf. I like the animals on the chubby side too.

  25. 1-26
    10:29
    am

    She’s very pretty. I’m enjoying seeing how her coat is changing color as she grows up.

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