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You know, examining bee-hinds. Along with “riding” each other (which they have started doing), a swollen vulva and some discharge are also signs of heat. So far, the riding is not to standing heat yet. Standing heat means they will stand for the riding attempt, not walk away.


I was doing a starting point check on their vulvas yesterday, to help me see the difference between normal and swollen.

This time, Glory Bee….
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….and Dumplin both.
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COWS VIOLATED ON FARM IN WEST VIRGINIA.
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Film at 11.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 16, 2015  

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  1. 1-16
    10:26
    am

    Don’t think I want to see that film at 11. This is quite enough! :lol:

  2. 1-16
    10:52
    am

    What can one say?? :bugeyed:

  3. 1-16
    12:30
    pm

    That may have needed a NSFW warning…

  4. 1-16
    1:05
    pm

    We learn so much from you Suzanne. LOL Whether we want to or not. So good to have you back posting on a regular basis. We get to be farmers through you. Thanks for being there. :snoopy:

  5. 1-16
    3:34
    pm

    Interesting….I would never have seen that. Not terrible looking either. Thank you. lol I’m going to try your grilled flatbread recipe this week-end with my daughter in law…….hope it will look as nice as yours. Take care and have a wonderful week-end Suzanne !!

  6. 1-16
    3:36
    pm

    Just to clarify, in reading back my post. The interesting and the “I would have never seen that. Not terrible looking either.” referred to the cow’s vulva’s……not the flatbread. The flatbread picture was not shocking and I do hope to replicate.

  7. 1-16
    10:51
    pm

    Cow lady-bits are endlessly fascinating, especially as you try to guess when they’re going to calve. How swollen, how jiggly, how goopy :D ENDLESSLY fascinating

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