Discussion in 'Stock Talk' started by Admin, May 19, 2010.
There was a power cut here this afternoon, the cattle realised and broke out.
That is one fine lump of a bullock
Weren't you lucky you weren't on the long acre!!!
Hi lad you'd want to order a few replacement tags the numbers have all faded away
Too much sun
the annual field photoshoot taking place again
These lads did a few bucks with the change of grass, land has had enough rain now.
Lapping up the evening sun. Something relaxing after a hard day at work going to look at cattle.
That’s a super picture. If the pixels on the camera allow it to come a clear print it’s worth keeping
Saves me getting down to clean it off... A real mix bag here
I’ll take the one on the left and the 3rd from the left.
Probably should have this bunch by the road
A very nice bunch of animals
Nice cattle You have nice clean pastures.
Thanks, you didn't see the next paddock!!
It’s been a long time since we had cattle as old as these, all ways sold them as yearlings but got caught with the marts shutting down this year. They seem to be doing ok and we’re able to keep grass in front of them so far.
Lovely cattle, are they your own suckler stock or do you buy as weanlings and let them off again as stores?
They are our own sucklers.
Great uniform stock
The animal with the full head at the very left of your photo is a fine beast, look at that stance alone
With the way prices have gone this year, it may have been a blessing in disguise that you could not sell.
Pile of clay that came out of a underground tank. One of those jobs that never got quite finished, well it's only 12 years there,
Every time the cows are in this field, it's the first place they go.
You'd think that the had nowhere else to go.
Got knocked up. Christmas calf
Corner was gone strong but would be hard to cut it