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Baling the last of my "hay."  This very mature hay barley finally got put in the bale.  Still high in nitrates but I have to get it off the field.  Taken 8/12/2006.
Baling the last of my "hay." This very mature hay barley finally got put in the bale. Still high in nitrates but I have to get it off the field. Taken 8/12/2006. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Farming
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Some of My Darling Wife's chickens huddled up against a building on a cold day.  The sun really reflects off this building so when it is cold the chickens really like to group up here.  Taken 11/28/2007.
Some of My Darling Wife's chickens huddled up against a building on a cold day. The sun really reflects off this building so when it is cold the chickens really like to group up here. Taken 11/28/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Chickens
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Boy, it's that time of year where there are some really beautiful sunrises.  Thought I would share another one.  Taken 11/13/2007.
Boy, it's that time of year where there are some really beautiful sunrises. Thought I would share another one. Taken 11/13/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Sunrise/Sunset
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Some of the calves eating their cake.  Not all of them have learned to eat it yet.  now that we have started feeding hay the rest should learn no problem.  Taken 12/25/2007.
Some of the calves eating their cake. Not all of them have learned to eat it yet. now that we have started feeding hay the rest should learn no problem. Taken 12/25/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Calves
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I managed to finally get the bulls out.  I was a few days later than normal due to all the moisture we have been having recently.  It isn't quitting wither.  The are predicting one to three inches of rain in the next 36 hours and have issued flood warnings for the area due to the all ready saturated ground.  Can you say watter logged?  You can see my two helpers, my daughters, chasing the bulls in the picture.  The hired hand hasn't started yet and I needed help getting the bulls out so they were drafted.  The oldest is a hell of a hand but hates every minute of it.  The younger one has the better instincts and really enjoys it, but is a lot more tentative and needs a lot more seasoning to really make a hand.  Taken 6/5/2007.
I managed to finally get the bulls out. I was a few days later than normal due to all the moisture we have been having recently. It isn't quitting wither. The are predicting one to three inches of rain in the next 36 hours and have issued flood warnings for the area due to the all ready saturated ground. Can you say watter logged? You can see my two helpers, my daughters, chasing the bulls in the picture. The hired hand hasn't started yet and I needed help getting the bulls out so they were drafted. The oldest is a hell of a hand but hates every minute of it. The younger one has the better instincts and really enjoys it, but is a lot more tentative and needs a lot more seasoning to really make a hand. Taken 6/5/2007. (Sarpy Sam)
From album: Bulls
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