Inspection

Aug
6

Morgan, inspecting the latest arrivals.

Glory Bee joined the inspection.

Glory Bee joins any inspection. She’s the quality control officer.

I knew she was here for a reason! I just couldn’t remember what it was!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 6, 2011  

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  1. 8-6
    10:51
    am

    I love that in the pics you can see the baby goats, the BIG baby cow, and your home. You are forever surounded life and love. Must be nice to have your kids back too :)

  2. 8-6
    11:52
    am

    Glory Bee is developing into a beautiful cow! And those babies are TINY!

  3. 8-6
    12:05
    pm

    I know your glad to have the young folk home :D
    The little kids are SO small, I had no idea. Oh so cute :happyflower:

  4. 8-6
    12:10
    pm

    I know you are glad to have all your brood back home! Never realized how tiny those little babies are. I am afraid if they were mine they would have to be held and kissed every day whether they needed it or not! Sweeeet!!! :happyflower:

  5. 8-6
    12:16
    pm

    I know you must be over joyed to have Morgan back. I am sure she loved seeing those precious baby goats and beautiful Glory B.

  6. 8-6
    12:27
    pm

    Welcome home Morgan and Weston! I forgot just how tiny the babies are until they are next to a “regular” size animal, even a baby like GB…..or would she be considered a “teen” now.

  7. 8-6
    1:04
    pm

    It is good to have an inspector around the farm. Without her everything would just go to “rack and ruin”. And she seems to know her job so well. Keep up the good work GB. Welcome home, by the way.

  8. 8-6
    3:55
    pm

    I just love how tiny those kids are! Sweet. :snuggle:

  9. 8-6
    4:36
    pm

    She is very good at her job. She is a natural. You are very lucky to have such a talent on your workforce. Clover needs all the help she can get.

  10. 8-6
    6:55
    pm

    Oh, my word! I knew the goaties were tiny, but next to GB’s lovely head they look bird-sized! I’ll bet the chickens are bigger…..

    I’ll also bet that Morgan is glad to be home!

  11. 8-6
    7:53
    pm

    Wow, the babies are so tiny! They’re Chihuahua sized! How cute! :heart:

  12. 8-6
    9:55
    pm

    Aww, I know the kids (2 legged) are happy to be home! Glory Bee looks like she’s doing a thorough inspection!

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