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Quiet in the Barnyard

Mar
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The rear barnyard looks SO EMPTY!!!!!! I keep expecting to see BP and Glory Bee. I miss my girls. But, I’m so happy that they are with the bull. They’re doing fine and, according to reports, enjoying their studcation. I’ll visit them sometime soon. (I seem to have a lot of animals to go visit lately!)


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 6, 2012  

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  1. 3-6
    5:35
    pm

    This would be a good time to do any needed maintenance to fence,fields, or that side of the barn while the girls are away. Because we all know, there is always SOMETHING that needs done. But I am sure you are missing your girls, even the ornery one, lol

  2. 3-6
    6:32
    pm

    Sure hope that Glory Bee doesn’t mess that bull up-she’s a wild woman! LOL!

  3. 3-6
    8:06
    pm

    GB to the bull…. :whip: LOL!

  4. 3-6
    11:35
    pm

    There has been lots of things going on there over the last month or so. This is the first time I have been able to login for a month I guess. I should get my logins right the first time. Ha

    I hope both of the girl take, we had problems with all 4 of our dairy cows last year and finally put the beef bull in with them.

  5. 3-7
    6:44
    am

    It does look empty with out the cows. I agree with the other person who said this would be a good time for fixing fences and stuff for the cows.

    How is Coco doing???? Give her a hug from me. Miss seeing and hearing about her. Cant wait to hear that she is coming home for sure. :)

  6. 3-7
    7:27
    am

    I sure hope this visit does the trick. I am not worried about GB, but sometimes dairy cows get older and don’t settle. I am taking Willow to be preg checked sometime this month.

  7. 3-7
    11:29
    am

    Studcation?? a new trend? I hope the girls both come back bred.

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