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Two of My Darling Wife's chickens.  Right now they are laying over 18 eggs a day.  The big problem with that is we can barely even give them away, let alone sell them.  We have them for our personal use and sure do enjoy the eggs but I sure wish they were easier to get rid of.  Taken 3/16/2006.
Two of My Darling Wife's chickens. Right now they are laying over 18 eggs a day. The big problem with that is we can barely even give them away, let alone sell them. We have them for our personal use and sure do enjoy the eggs but I sure wish they were easier to get rid of. Taken 3/16/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Chickens
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From: Bonita (Wed Apr 19 11:42:39 2006)
Excellent composition, color, texture and background. And, you caught this as they were walking - such good fortune.
From: Genevieve (Sun Jul 2 01:35:30 2006)
They're such pretty girls. No wonder your wife likes them!
One of the old men of the place.  Sox, the barn cat, here looked like hell earlier this year but is looking good now.  Now that he is feeling better he wants more attention too.  Taken 8/26/2007.
One of the old men of the place. Sox, the barn cat, here looked like hell earlier this year but is looking good now. Now that he is feeling better he wants more attention too. Taken 8/26/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Cats
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Crested Wheat Grass.  There is quite a lot of this domesticated grass scattered all over the country any more.  It spreads like weeds.  The cattle don't particularly like it when it is tall and old like this but will eat it if there is nothing else around.  A little rain at this time of year will cause it to sprout at the roots again and then the cows really love it.  They reach down in the plant to get at the green and end up with a bunch of the old grass too.  Really makes for good feed, I just need some rain.  Taken 8/14/2006.
Crested Wheat Grass. There is quite a lot of this domesticated grass scattered all over the country any more. It spreads like weeds. The cattle don't particularly like it when it is tall and old like this but will eat it if there is nothing else around. A little rain at this time of year will cause it to sprout at the roots again and then the cows really love it. They reach down in the plant to get at the green and end up with a bunch of the old grass too. Really makes for good feed, I just need some rain. Taken 8/14/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Miscellaneous
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This really caught my eye the other day.  The blue sky, billowing clouds and green grass really gave an idyllic scene.  Taken 4/24/2007.
This really caught my eye the other day. The blue sky, billowing clouds and green grass really gave an idyllic scene. Taken 4/24/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Landscapes
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The early morning sun painting beautiful colors on the sky.  If you look close you can see a cow with a brand new baby calf on the left side of the picture.  Taken 3/9/2008.
The early morning sun painting beautiful colors on the sky. If you look close you can see a cow with a brand new baby calf on the left side of the picture. Taken 3/9/2008. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Sunrise/Sunset
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