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Here is a picture of the heifer calves that I sold.  My Darling Wife managed to take a few shots while I was busy.  Everybody present commented on how framy the calves were and how they are really prepared to gain weight for the buyers.  A little more grass and I could have put some more weight on them.  Taken 9/29/2006.
Here is a picture of the heifer calves that I sold. My Darling Wife managed to take a few shots while I was busy. Everybody present commented on how framy the calves were and how they are really prepared to gain weight for the buyers. A little more grass and I could have put some more weight on them. Taken 9/29/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves
The yearlings eating thier hay as the sun comes up.  Taken 12/30/2005.
The yearlings eating thier hay as the sun comes up. Taken 12/30/2005. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Yearlings

From: Bonita (Tue Jan 17 17:39:35 2006)
I see yearlings, and something that looks younger, and resting on the ground. A newborn?
From: Sarpy Sam (sarpysam) (Wed Jan 18 14:53:41 2006)
I am not sure where you are seeing a newborn. The yearlings in the background have hay in front of them. That must be what you are seeing.
The calves coming into feed during near blizzard conditions.  It was very cold.  It looks nice right now with the triple digit temperatures and fires burning all over.  Taken 12/14/2005.
The calves coming into feed during near blizzard conditions. It was very cold. It looks nice right now with the triple digit temperatures and fires burning all over. Taken 12/14/2005. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves
Cows in the early morning light.  This picture was taken a while ago so it is not indicative of what it looks like around here now.  Taken 9/19/2006.
Cows in the early morning light. This picture was taken a while ago so it is not indicative of what it looks like around here now. Taken 9/19/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Cows
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From album: Miscellaneous

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