The Bad Baby Rides Again

Dec
21


I thought I’d see if the electric fence in Beulah Petunia-land would contain Glory Bee now.

The answer is NO.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on December 21, 2010  

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  1. 12-21
    3:07
    pm

    :woof:
    That little girl is a rebel filled with wander lust!!

  2. 12-21
    3:09
    pm

    Out for a little cross country sking!

  3. 12-21
    3:13
    pm

    Maybe she was looking for Santa—wants to be a reindeer??

    judydee

  4. 12-21
    3:29
    pm

    Did you get her back in yet? Does she just bust through even though she’s getting shocked?

  5. 12-21
    3:34
    pm

    Uh oh, not that bad baby!!!!

  6. 12-21
    3:50
    pm

    That is one tough baby!

  7. 12-21
    3:56
    pm

    She’s a stubborn one! Has she learned to come to you yet or did you have to catch her again?

  8. 12-21
    3:57
    pm

    Is she going under the electric fence, or just barreling through it and getting shocked?

    She’s so ornery! It’s a good thing she’s so CUTE! :reindeer:

  9. 12-21
    3:59
    pm

    She may be the bad baby, but she’s adorable. :airkiss:

  10. 12-21
    4:02
    pm

    Going to be tough to contain her. Once they learn not to respect fences you are in trouble long term.

  11. 12-21
    4:07
    pm

    She is still too little. That’s what I wanted to see, if she would still be able to get under it. She’s back with BP now.

  12. 12-21
    4:33
    pm

    Just because she could! :sheepjump:

  13. 12-21
    5:21
    pm

    Never a dull moment with Glory Bee!

  14. 12-21
    5:47
    pm

    It wasn’t that long ago…but do you even remember life without her?

  15. 12-21
    6:02
    pm

    We have a goat who if there is a break in the fence where he can sneak through, he will and the other will follow. Not too much of a problem except when they wander over to my husband’s antique cars and climb on top of one. LOL

  16. 12-21
    6:29
    pm

    And she’s not even a teenager yet?! Miley Cyrus is a bad influence, I tell you…

  17. 12-21
    6:36
    pm

    If you can, I’d love a better picture of her coat. It looks fluffy and fuller for winter but I can’t see too much.

  18. 12-21
    7:18
    pm

    oh Lord, and now you’ve got to run her down in the snow. Tell me again why you wanted a milk cow? Oh yes, the cheese is definately worth it! Wear extra socks and spank her when you catch her!

  19. 12-21
    7:39
    pm

    She so cute, how can you be upset with her? Have a great holiday!

  20. 12-21
    7:57
    pm

    Suzanne, not to Hex you, ( wouldn’t do that) but I have one that if there is a hole or possibility of that she will go out and eat and let you know the hole is there. Duh!!! We also have 3 inside a steady fence because they wouldn’t learn and their mothers are inside cows, and they are all bred. What do you thing I am up against now????
    I’m so glad you only have one! She is a cutie!!!

  21. 12-21
    8:20
    pm

    I have a horse that never did take to being in a fence. I keep her up an only let her out in the round pen hard to do but I am scared that she will get hurt. I have had full size bulls hit the elec fence an go down to there knees but not this horse runs right through it.Cows seem to be able to smell if the electric is on so all ways keep it on (I know I will hear about the smelling by the cows)

  22. 12-21
    11:11
    pm

    Tell that bad baby that she is lucky she doesn’t live in Montana. Cause there really are wolve here outside the fence. It is lucky she has such a nice big white Coco to protect her.

  23. 12-22
    1:49
    am

    Oh, Heavens! First the kids and now the calf. lol
    MERRY CHRISTMAS! hahahahahahahaha Daughter with wild scissors, son with tattoos and a roaming calf. What next? Weston getting his nose pierced?

  24. 12-22
    7:35
    am

    She is so freaking cute. Is it weird that I want to give her a hug everytime I see a picture of her? :cowsleep: :hug:

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