Well......the calves arrived yesterday and seem to be doing well. Here are a few of them looking a tad suspicious of the woman taking their picture. They should be relieved that I didn't bring my Border Collie with me. We have Angus and what is known locally as, "Black and White Face". This would be a cross between a Hereford and an Angus. A good mix for beef cattle. It has been a little over a year since we had cattle on our farm. We had other business ventures going on last year and allowed our farming to slide a little bit. We are all glad to see our farm being used once again.
After hiking a bit to check on the calves the chiclets decided to climb a tree...one in which we can't seem to identify. So, if any of my readers know what this tree is, we would be most grateful. Here is Toots sitting in it.
And, here it The Deerslayer towards the end of it. I say, "end", due to the fact that it has grown a bit sideways. It also has strange twisty branches. Beautiful, but certainly not typical for our farm.