Jemima

This is one of our stocker calves, Jemima. She keeps breaking over to the mama cows’ side of the pasture. She’s such a pretty girl I had to take a picture of her when she was hanging around by the broilers’ pen the other morning. Even if she is naughty.

Been a few days since I posted. It’s that time of year when the girls’ end-of-the-school-year activies overlap with beginning-of-the-summer activities. Thankfully all is relatively quiet around the farm. We keep busy with our day-to-day chores, but it’s quiet.

“Only in quiet waters do things mirror themselves undistorted.
Only in a quiet mind is adequate perception of the world.”
~ Hans Margolius

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2 Responses to Jemima

  1. Such an angry look. I guess that Jemima doesn’t like getting caught..

  2. Susie says:

    She sure is pretty!susieraspberryworld.com