Rodeo cow – not!
Yummy Kale, sorry about the flash photo :(
Brilliant celeriac headed for beef stew
i would love to have celeriac. those kittehs look like trouble! hehe!
It took me a moment to realize what the second-to-last picture was. My first thought was “it’s a Tribble!” Then I saw the paws…
Kittehs sure are cute with those little white toes!
I got a couple hair bags too! Was hoping to have some warm weather to bathe and clip them and clean them up a bit but weather is not cooperating : (
You have greening grass. Oh how I wish we did.
I thought the second to last picture was something dead. Lovely blue sky.
LOVE the light on you & Rodeo Cow in barn! and the KALE… mmmmmmm! Wonderful, whimsical pics
Loved the photos! Is celeriac pretty easy to grow? And I think I asked once if Jane liked hanging out with the other cows or is she pretty much just a mama’s girl?
Sigh, sunshine. We might have some sunshine at the weekend, glaring off the snow :D. The middle kitten looks quite like one of our cats, same fluff ball and white bib
What a beautiful Guernsey! She reminds me of Molly, our first milk cow that we got when I was a kid, who was also a Guernsey. She gave the richest, most abundant cream I have ever seen. I know Jerseys are supposed to have the highest butterfat content, but none of the other breeds we had later could touch Molly! I really miss raw milk!
Love your photos – your Guernsey is beautiful. Unfortunately we’ve had some rodeo cows here – they don’t get to stay long. There’s nothing quite like calm cows to help make life on the ranch a blessing!
Wolfe City, TX
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