Take That, Little Missy

Oct
23


More pictures and details later! We have to go move some sheep now. I just couldn’t wait to report– WE GOT HER!!!!!


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 23, 2010  

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  1. 10-23
    12:04
    pm

    YAY!!! (read the headline and instantly thought… Glory Bee’s gonna be maaaaad…)

  2. 10-23
    12:08
    pm

    Those eyes! Look at those eyes!

  3. 10-23
    12:17
    pm

    Woo-hoo! :woof: Knew you’d catch the little devil :moo: :devil:
    I bet you’ll ‘halter’ her attitude now! :lol:

  4. 10-23
    12:21
    pm

    Miss “B” is NOT happy. Just show her who is the boss, and soon she will be eating out of your hand!!! :devil2:

  5. 10-23
    12:24
    pm

    Wish I was there to see this!

  6. 10-23
    12:29
    pm

    Hey Suzanne!

    I can hear BP growling just like she did at the party! lol :moo:

    Angela :wave:

  7. 10-23
    12:31
    pm

    oh my. Glory Bee does not look happy.

  8. 10-23
    12:35
    pm

    Now that Im looking at the enlarged picture, she could be a Kardashian. The EYELASHES!! Gorgeous creature.

  9. 10-23
    1:04
    pm

    Yahoo!!!

  10. 10-23
    1:05
    pm

    HOORAY! :woof:
    Would love to have been here to watch LOL!

  11. 10-23
    1:06
    pm

    not WHERE but THERE LOL!

  12. 10-23
    1:07
    pm

    FINALLY!!! She is so beautiful-you can’t let her grow up wild.

  13. 10-23
    1:12
    pm

    What an absolutely beautiful animal! (Though she probably thinks she is human if she is anything like my pets LOL!) Congrats on the harnessing!

  14. 10-23
    1:21
    pm

    Suzann’s illustrated dictionary: “balky!”

  15. 10-23
    1:41
    pm

    So are you ready to take up rodeo calf roping now?

    LOL, look at that body language! You don’t have to be the Calf Whisperer to know she’s resisting this with every fiber of her bovine body. Doesn’t she remind you of a two-year-old who’s finally been restrained from being naughty?

  16. 10-23
    1:50
    pm

    WooHoo!!!! :woof: :snoopy:

  17. 10-23
    1:52
    pm

    Even though she is really cute, she does NOT look happy. :)

  18. 10-23
    2:29
    pm

    Poor Baby…

  19. 10-23
    2:53
    pm

    Reminds of a cute little story…

    Mom to 2 year old son: “Sit down, right now.”
    Son, reluctantly sitting: “I might be sitting on the outside but I STANDING UP on the inside!”

    I think that sweet thing is NOT happy either.

  20. 10-23
    2:57
    pm

    You go girl! Congratulations!!!!!!! :woof:

  21. 10-23
    3:22
    pm

    I want one too….

  22. 10-23
    3:23
    pm

    That is a beautiful Stink Eye if I ever saw one!!

  23. 10-23
    3:39
    pm

    Hurray! Poor Glory Bee. The beginning of a tame life… :)

  24. 10-23
    3:50
    pm

    I knew you could do it!!! Just pet her, and pet her, and pet her. She’ll be okay. This encouragement from one who has absolutely no experience with cow babies, only human ones, and those not of my own either! BUT, I have faith in you!!!

  25. 10-23
    4:18
    pm

    That baby has the most beautiful eyes I’ve ever seen on a calf! Glory be, Glory Bee is wrangled!

  26. 10-23
    4:22
    pm

    She looks scared. Poor thing. But such is the life – it is in her best interest. [I don’t get all the stink eye comments, she doesn’t look mad to me at all – must be the eyes.]

  27. 10-23
    5:19
    pm

    Looks like she’s thinking she should have zigged when she zagged, lol. Such a sweet baby.

  28. 10-23
    6:11
    pm

    But did you get your hair braided?

  29. 10-23
    6:26
    pm

    The kids (5 of them) showed Holstein calves for 4-H, they all started out wild-eyed. They were sooo gentle as they became used to the halter, and were easy to milk when the time came. Hang in there, Suzanne, GB will be loving being loved!!

  30. 10-23
    6:27
    pm

    The calves were wilded, not the kids (mostly)!

  31. 10-23
    6:30
    pm

    Congratulations! Now the fun begins! Wait until Glory Bee discovers COOKIES!

  32. 10-23
    6:38
    pm

    Congrats!!!

  33. 10-23
    6:48
    pm

    Yay! Great job. Is that a little milk mouth I see? Uh huh. Caught her while she was nursing, didn’t you? Oh, what a dirty (but clever) trick!
    Suzanne: :woof:
    Glory Bee: :hissyfit:

  34. 10-23
    8:09
    pm

    Alrighty then!

  35. 10-23
    9:00
    pm

    ooooohhhhh! She does NOT look happy….

  36. 10-24
    2:46
    am

    Suzanne I just wanted to come back and tell you that I went to take a nap and left my computer on for my beloved husband to use – and when I awoke I saw that he had discovered your blog [you’re on my blogroll] and he was getting the biggest kick out of all the animal pictures.

    [He started with this one] I think a calendar is in his future. You don’t by chance still sell the Clover one too, do you? He is quite taken with her – as are we all.

  37. 10-24
    7:20
    am

    skippymom, the Clover calendar isn’t available anymore because it was a 2010 calendar and usually no one wants one after about the middle of the year! But the new one is for sale! :)

  38. 10-26
    11:06
    am

    Lasso that girl!

  39. 11-12
    2:42
    pm

    She has the most beautiful eyes! I’ve never thought cows were cute but she is just the prettiest little thing!

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