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The cows waiting for there ration of cake on a snowy day.  Behind them is one of the haystacks of winter feed for them.  You can't see it all but there is about 500 tons of hay in this stackyard.  i truly don't believe I will have to feed a bit of the hay in this yard this winter.  Taken 12/21/2007.
The cows waiting for there ration of cake on a snowy day. Behind them is one of the haystacks of winter feed for them. You can't see it all but there is about 500 tons of hay in this stackyard. i truly don't believe I will have to feed a bit of the hay in this yard this winter. Taken 12/21/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Cows
This particular pair kept hiding out on me as I was cleaning out the Williams place.  The only proof I had she existed was this picture.  I finally found here yesterday and got her out.  Damn fine calf the old girl is raising.  Taken 8/14/2006.
This particular pair kept hiding out on me as I was cleaning out the Williams place. The only proof I had she existed was this picture. I finally found here yesterday and got her out. Damn fine calf the old girl is raising. Taken 8/14/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Cows
A couple of hen pheasants outside our house on a windy day.  The past 10 years or so the bird population has really taken off for some reason.  I'm not complaining but it is interesting.  Taken 12/13/2005.
A couple of hen pheasants outside our house on a windy day. The past 10 years or so the bird population has really taken off for some reason. I'm not complaining but it is interesting. Taken 12/13/2005. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Wildlife

From: Bonita (Sat Dec 31 11:28:46 2005)
I've rarely been able to catch such a fine character pose as this; the birds don't stand still long enough. I wonder what happened after you shot this...
Humanities never ending, ugly footprint on the beautiful world we live in.  Taken 12/19/2006.
Humanities never ending, ugly footprint on the beautiful world we live in. Taken 12/19/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Miscellaneous
The calves I kept munching hay in the corral.  Mostly replacement heifers but there are also a few young odds and ends that I kept.  I'll keep them in the corral until Monday morning and then let them out.  Taken 9/30/2007.
The calves I kept munching hay in the corral. Mostly replacement heifers but there are also a few young odds and ends that I kept. I'll keep them in the corral until Monday morning and then let them out. Taken 9/30/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves

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