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The colors of an early morning sunrise on shipping day.  Taken 9/29/2007.
The colors of an early morning sunrise on shipping day. Taken 9/29/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Sunrise/Sunset
My oldest daughters breeding beef project for FFA.  She is a stubborn thing but is finally starting to gentle down.  My daughter calls her Punky.  Taken 12/23/2005.
My oldest daughters breeding beef project for FFA. She is a stubborn thing but is finally starting to gentle down. My daughter calls her Punky. Taken 12/23/2005. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves

From: Bonita (Mon Jan 2 11:15:54 2006)
I wish both daughter and Punky a successful relationship.
One of my "odd colored" cows and her calf.  These "grey" ones tend to throw grey calves all the time.  I kept them because the buyers don't like the color but since they keep throwing the same color calves I am phasing them out as fast as I can.  If they are hard to sell, why have them?  Taken 3/17/2006.
One of my "odd colored" cows and her calf. These "grey" ones tend to throw grey calves all the time. I kept them because the buyers don't like the color but since they keep throwing the same color calves I am phasing them out as fast as I can. If they are hard to sell, why have them? Taken 3/17/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Cows

From: caleb unger (Sat Aug 5 09:38:48 2006)
every grey calf that my heifer has thrown has been phenominal. Trybreeding your heifer with a black simmental bull.
From: Meghan (Tue Oct 24 16:21:30 2006)
they are beautiful!
Two of My Darling Wife's 40 chickens.  We have eggs coming out of our ears.  They are enjoying the sun.  Taken 1/25/2006.
Two of My Darling Wife's 40 chickens. We have eggs coming out of our ears. They are enjoying the sun. Taken 1/25/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Chickens

From: david (www.davidmsc.com) (Thu Jan 26 23:55:11 2006)
Hee hee! What cute chickens!
From: Bonita (Fri Jan 27 14:45:30 2006)
Lookin pretty in the sunshine.
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nuts3 (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Miscellaneous

From: kicker332 (Thu Jan 12 11:45:58 2006)
I'm afraid of the answer, but I have to ask...What the crap kind of nuts are those? :)
From: kicker332 (Thu Jan 12 11:47:15 2006)
BTW...This is a city boy from Washington D.C. asking this, so dont mock me too much. :) Cool blog btw, thanks to OddTodd.com for referencing it.
From: Sarpy Sam (sarpysam) (Fri Jan 13 07:07:04 2006)
Rocky Mountain Oysters, AKA calf fries. Harvested when we brand the calves.
From: Randy (Sun Aug 17 09:27:30 2008)
This picture hurts just to look at. ;-)

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