19 December 2005, 5 days old
27 March 2006, 3 months old
Demaris has been SOLD!
Jim dresses her in an overcoat
Baby Demaris in her overcoat
This baby is a real bouncing girl. She is bouncing all around the pasture, sometimes following her mother, other times running around like a puppy on the loose!
Gilbert and Sullivan are now in Connecticut with their new owner, Katie
Bandit, Abigail's baby, born 14 February 2005.
Little Buddy, Daisy's baby, born 23 November 2004
Valentino, Red Kentshire bull calf born 12 February 2005
Abigail's Butterfly, born 12 November 2003
Annie Belle's Little Nelle, born 14 November 2003
Not for Sale
These are my beautiful, healthy little cattle in June, 2003. Three of the girls are pregnant. The pastures are green, lush, and very wet.
Jim was trying to feed Cooter, but Buttercup wanted some too! April 2003
Cooter is just as sweet as he looks, June 2003
Jacob exercises with the bunk feeder, May 2003
Time for Spring vaccinations, May 2003
Annie Belle gets a pregnancy check, May 2003
Morning feeding 28 November 2002
Morning feeding 5 December 2002
17 February 2003, after 24 inch snowfall
Left to right: Buttercup, Daisy, Jacob, Abigail, Annie Belle
When the ground is covered with snow, Jim helps me by bringing in huge loads of hay.
(l to r) Daisy, Buttercup, Abigail, Annie Belle, Jacob, Cooter (our Sicilian donkey) 4 September 2002. This picture was taken shortly after Buttercup had been extracted from the water trough.
Meet Christopher Robin (aka Cooter), a Sicilian miniature donkey
Thunder, our 4-year-old Sheltie
Turbo, our 13-year-old Shiba
Jim & Cooter
7 December 2002
Morning feeding 6 October 2002
Mischief likes to sleep on my desk
Samantha is our latest addition
My pets -- I have lost weight since this was taken!
Sometimes we all eat together
After 2 years of drought, we are finally catching up on rain. This is our river as of 30 October 2002
Creek running high 19 March 2003
River running high 20 March 2003
Newborn Butterfly and her mother
the calves are fed separately
Little Nelle foiling weaning