Monday, November 9, 2009

Calf Lockdown

You ever seen a calf pen-itentiary?! HAHA! I crack myself up sometimes.


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I'm sure they feel as though they are in baby jail.

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Poor things just want their mommas. Crying all the time.


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They can keep filin' appeals but I know the warden. He's a hard a$$, they're stuck like chuck until they serve their time. No good time credit given here.

22 comments:

Paula said...

I bet it's noisy at your house! Hope you are sleeping. Mad Dog is a bad, bad bull!

I love the mini pictures!!

Shirley said...

What, ya don't like the moosic? Is that Itty Bitty in the middle picture?

Faithful said...

LOL!! What a cute bunch of little outlaws you have on your hands!! Yep..they need to do their hard time before they earn their freedom and are set free!!

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

I can just hear them.... Noisy! Poor babies! My grandpa would say it is the sound of money!

Cute story!

Lil Mama said...

:( poor wittle babies.

Jocelyn said...

Stuck like Chuck !! Hilarious post !


I am not a fan of the moo cow, but like the other poster said, it's the sound of money.

Sydney said...

Ahaha I can hear them bawling now.

Gail said...

Mooooooving photos!

colleen said...

I find calves to be some of the cutest things on the planet. The white one with the little horns said he wanted to come home with me!

Linda said...

How long does that go on?
BTW you crack me up!

Mikey said...

yep, I can hear em from here!!

lifein3dee said...

How sweet. I want calf in first pic, top right. And calf in bottom pic front and left.

lisa said...

I don't know about you, but you sure do crack me up!he,he,he!

Tammy said...

Our neighbors wean their calves in a pen just down the road from us. Usually toward the end of summer when we are still sleeping with the windows open. They are so mournful the first few days. Then by day 3, they seem to settle down - only a few still crying with their hoarse call. As a mother, it breaks my heart. As a country girl, its just the passing of the season.

~The South Dakota Cowgirl~ said...

Your herd is so pretty and colorful. Ours, boring and black, mostly straight angus. But that's what happens when you raise beef to go to commercial feed-lots. You raise what brings the best price and sells. I'll just live vicariously through your colorful herd!

Love the pictures!

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

Thanks for checking in on Veteran's Day... I've been thinking about you as I watched the news on Fort Hood... and that you were so close to this event -- hope all is well and yes I thank and pray for all soldiers on our grounds and in other countries. I'm proud to be an American!

Train Wreck said...

BWAHAHAAHA they are in the "Mooscal!" See we are funny just think if we lived next door to each other! (pondering this thought...) he he They sure raise a racket don't they. Sleep sweet my friend. I will let the internet people know about my loyal followers...I'll bet they fix it asap!

K. T. Sparks said...

I would have to wear earplugs!!!!

inadvertent farmer said...

Oh dear weaning time is hard for both bovine and human child...just weaned my 5th and know by which I speak. I send my condolences to the mamas and their engorgement issues. Kim

prashant said...

ya don't like the moosic? Is that Itty Bitty in the middle picture?
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Spruce Hill said...

What a crew! I used to hate weaning time growing up. Very noisey!

City girl turned Country Girl said...

LOL!!! They are all so cute!!! And you are so clever!!