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It is amazing how much more contented the cattle are this year than they were last year.  All they did last year was wander around the pastures looking for better grass.  This year the grass is just fine and they like it.  Amazing what green grass can do.  Taken 5/15/2007.
It is amazing how much more contented the cattle are this year than they were last year. All they did last year was wander around the pastures looking for better grass. This year the grass is just fine and they like it. Amazing what green grass can do. Taken 5/15/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Landscapes
We finally dried up enough to get some hay chopped down the other day.  It's really nice to get the haying started.  We were lucky over the weekend and didn't get some of the wicked weather, hail, that was just north of us.  Now if it will just warm up enough to dry the hay out we will get rolling.  Sixty acres down, over 800 more to go.  Taken 6/16/2007.
We finally dried up enough to get some hay chopped down the other day. It's really nice to get the haying started. We were lucky over the weekend and didn't get some of the wicked weather, hail, that was just north of us. Now if it will just warm up enough to dry the hay out we will get rolling. Sixty acres down, over 800 more to go. Taken 6/16/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Farming
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bee (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Wildlife
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alfalfa3 (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Farming
I discovered this patch of flowers last year and was not sure what they were.  Then last fall the guy working for me identified it, Dalmation Toadflax.  Toadflax is a noxious weed that can really take over the country.  I got my sprayer out yesterday and sprayed these down.  It's not a real big patch and if I keep on it I will get rid of this patch.  Taken 6/13/2007.
I discovered this patch of flowers last year and was not sure what they were. Then last fall the guy working for me identified it, Dalmation Toadflax. Toadflax is a noxious weed that can really take over the country. I got my sprayer out yesterday and sprayed these down. It's not a real big patch and if I keep on it I will get rid of this patch. Taken 6/13/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Flowers

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