Guess I'll have to eat my way out!

Yesterday as we headed out to town, Sonny and I saw this calf belonging to a neighboring farm and just had to stop to take a pic. Hours later when we drove back by he was still eating, but this time he was on the outside.


6 Responses to ITS MINE, ALL MINE

  1. James Bates says:

    are you saying you have a calf now?

    • lkjobe says:

      Unfortunately no. He belongs to a neighboring farm down the road. When I titled this I meant that he was hogging all the hay.

    • Sonny says:

      We wouldn’t mind getting a couple of calf’s sometime. We still have to use this summer putting up acres and acres of fencing and other cow accessories.

  2. James Bates says:

    oh ok…lol….because that feeder was designed to hold the hay in the middle, while the cattle encircle it. But of course you already knew that. And I reckon that calf slipped thru the cracks and YES “ITS MINE, ALL MINE” lol

  3. Joel Caris says:

    Heh. That’s great, and funny to see as I was just today working at a farm down the road with cows and sheep and was putting up mesh wiring along the top half of a similar feeder. Both the sheep and some of the smaller cows have been slipping through the opening and proclaiming all the hay theirs. Troublesome!

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