Cow breath

I caught these two cows smelling each other’s breath. Actually, I think the one on the left was curious about what the one on the right was eating.

Sometimes it’s about capturing those moments you never see happen and using your imagination to decide what they were doing.

Cows have this really cute personality about them that some people never notice.

Cow Watcher

Mr. Bird the cat goes outside every morning and comes in every evening.

The only time that changes is when it is not a perfect weather day.

He does not like windy days, rainy days or days that are to hot or to cold. On those days he goes out and in a few times.

On this particular day I was taking pictures of the cows and he follows me around like a dog when I am taking pictures.

He spotted the big dogs ( cows ) across the street so he went into cow watching mode. They are normally in the back of the pasture not the front so naturally this got his attention.

I find the best pictures of animals are when they are just doing their thing.

Glamour Cow

I know I have said this 100 times or more but I love cows they have the best expressions.

They all have different personalities but this one likes to get her picture taken she kept looking at me and the camera.

I guess it goes to show you there are some glamour cows out there.

There are a lot of people who post ugly selfies on facebook that could learn a few lessons from this cow.

All together now

This is our daughter Jeanelle’s herd of cows at their family farm.

The Miniature Herefords are on the left side. The Jersey milk cow and calf in the middle, the Belted Galloways on the right.

Left to right is Cecil the bull, Penny the youngest heifer, Scamper who is Pennys mom, Cadilac, Blue Bell, Sirloin son of Blue Bell, Oreo and Darla.

I love cows they have such cute personalities this group is very friendly and very photogenic.

Cows and Calves

I grabbed a few more pictures of the mama cows and the calves.

The first two pictures that baby is a week younger than the other one.

They are adorable always running and acting silly.

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A little heifer is born

The first calf was born on the farm and she is a registered miniature Hereford heifer named Penny.

She is about 2 weeks old in these pictures and you can tell she is very small. Compare her to the fence post by her mom.

She loves the kids and all the attention she has been getting.

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That’s Bull

The little farm has added Cecil a miniature registered Hereford Bull.

Talk about cute he is short and stocky and he is like a 600# dog lol.

I was able to get a few good pictures of him and in the background is Darla on the left and Oreo on the right, they are Belted Galloways.

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Miniature cows

Shady Acres Rosharon has two types of miniature cows.

There are two miniature┬áHerefords and two Belted Galloway’s. The black and white Galloway Oreo is currently at the breeder being bred. Scamper is officially bred and due in late October to early November.

The one in the middle in the top picture is Scamper to her left is Cadilac and Darla is to the right.

We hand pick clover out of our pasture for her animals they all love it.

The cows are all super friendly and love to get attention.

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