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One of the bums named Fred down in the cat tails.  Taken 7/19/2005.
One of the bums named Fred down in the cat tails. Taken 7/19/2005. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves
Crested Wheat Grass.  There is quite a lot of this domesticated grass scattered all over the country any more.  It spreads like weeds.  The cattle don't particularly like it when it is tall and old like this but will eat it if there is nothing else around.  A little rain at this time of year will cause it to sprout at the roots again and then the cows really love it.  They reach down in the plant to get at the green and end up with a bunch of the old grass too.  Really makes for good feed, I just need some rain.  Taken 8/14/2006.
Crested Wheat Grass. There is quite a lot of this domesticated grass scattered all over the country any more. It spreads like weeds. The cattle don't particularly like it when it is tall and old like this but will eat it if there is nothing else around. A little rain at this time of year will cause it to sprout at the roots again and then the cows really love it. They reach down in the plant to get at the green and end up with a bunch of the old grass too. Really makes for good feed, I just need some rain. Taken 8/14/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Miscellaneous
Do you know how hard it is to get a picture that says cold?  This was my attempt.  It was below zero when this was taken.  Taken 11/29/2006.
Do you know how hard it is to get a picture that says cold? This was my attempt. It was below zero when this was taken. Taken 11/29/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Landscapes
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shipping9302004 (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves
This calf decided to check out whether this flake of hay was better than the one she was on earlier.  Taken 11/28/2005.
This calf decided to check out whether this flake of hay was better than the one she was on earlier. Taken 11/28/2005. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves

From: Bonita (Tue Jan 10 11:54:01 2006)
Shredded Wheat, Bite-size Frosted Wheat, Honey Grahams, now, whats this...

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