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Friday, August 31, 2012

Curious Calves

Driving past an Amish farm today, we saw two ponies tied to the fence outside of a pasture containing a number of calves. Amish often tie horses or ponies in this way to let them crop the grass that grows between the pasture and the road. What caught our attention today was the crowd of curious calves that had gathered to see what those ponies were doing on the "wrong" side of the fence. 

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7 comments:

  1. that is too cute! why do the ponies get all the fun?!

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  2. Great pictures, Linda... Seems like those ponies aren't paying much attention to the cows.... BUT--the cows really want to come over to their side!!!!!! ha

    Ready for your big excursion???

    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  3. Oh that's just so cute. The expression in the one calf is just priceless.

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  4. Those calves look like bulls, not very many needed for dairy.They might be future hamburger.Love the little ponies always.

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  5. They're probably wishing they could be that side too. lol

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  6. Awww! I love that last one. One of the cows is trying to eat through the fence. The Amish and their ways are so interesting.

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