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This horse, Tonto, got up close and personel looking for some hay.  Taken 1/8/2006.
This horse, Tonto, got up close and personel looking for some hay. Taken 1/8/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Horses
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From: Bonita (Sun Jan 22 12:23:08 2006)
Hey, Tonto, are you winking at us? You are lookin' mighty friendly there.
My Darling Wife's new laying chicks came in yesterday.  What the hatchery calls a brown egg layer mix so who knows what breeds there are in it.  I think the older chickens sensed their replacements had arrived.  They laid more eggs yesterday than they had in a long time.  Taken 5/7/2007.
My Darling Wife's new laying chicks came in yesterday. What the hatchery calls a brown egg layer mix so who knows what breeds there are in it. I think the older chickens sensed their replacements had arrived. They laid more eggs yesterday than they had in a long time. Taken 5/7/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Chickens
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Finally was able to bale again after the big storm.  These big bales laying out in the field are a really strange sight to me when I am used to seeing small ones.  It takes some getting used to.  Otherwise the new baler is working great.  It takes under half the time to bale that I am used to.  Taken 6/12/2006.
Finally was able to bale again after the big storm. These big bales laying out in the field are a really strange sight to me when I am used to seeing small ones. It takes some getting used to. Otherwise the new baler is working great. It takes under half the time to bale that I am used to. Taken 6/12/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Farming
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Over the weekend the guys I hired to do the stacking showed up and got the hay stacked for us.  Pretty impressive machines they used.  Taken 7/1/2006.
Over the weekend the guys I hired to do the stacking showed up and got the hay stacked for us. Pretty impressive machines they used. Taken 7/1/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Farming
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Momma and her new twin calves.  I decided to pull one of the calves to give both of them a better chance.  A cow usually can only keep track of one calf so she would have lost one of them and she is very old (15 years old or so) so would not be able to raise them both anyway.  Taken 3/15/2006.
Momma and her new twin calves. I decided to pull one of the calves to give both of them a better chance. A cow usually can only keep track of one calf so she would have lost one of them and she is very old (15 years old or so) so would not be able to raise them both anyway. Taken 3/15/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Cows
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From: Bonita (Thu Mar 16 12:00:19 2006)
Don't worry, Momma. He'll take good care of your family.

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