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Farmers and ranchers don't get snow days
"What man among you, if he has a hundred sheep and has lost one of them, does not leave the ninety-nine in the open pasture and go after the one which is lost until he finds it?" (Luke 15:4) - works for calves, too.
No calf left behind...
A real cowboy takes care of his animals, no matter what the weather conditions.
so true, us country people will do anything for our animals!! Love it!
AAAAWWWW...What a beautiful baby...love the tongue...:)
The rancher and his horse find the lost, frightened wee calf on a stormy night and carries it the little thing back....
Hug a baby cow...yes, I know it's totally silly but I love cows and for some reason I just think hugging a baby cow would be so sweet.
Retired thoroughbred Karakorum Patriot. The snow horse at old Friends Cabin Creek Farm (by connie224, via Flickr)
Repinning for Kelly Mainard how cute is this? The original caption was "Ewe's not fat, Ewe's fluffy."
rhino calf. South Africa, May 2003. Kapela was born two weeks premature and abandoned by his mother in a boma at Skukuza in the Kruger National Park, and is being hand-reared after his transfer to the specialist centre
whales... All things were created for Him, by Him and through Him. And in Him all things hold together.
cows are highly emotional creatures who can identify over 100 other cows from their heard.
Hereford--the sight of this little guy brings back memories of days growing up as a cowgirl. Used to bottle feed these little ones whose mama had died giving birth. Sweet little face...
Anne's horse, Silver Girl, in the winter paddock.
Mom & Newborn in a Blissful Moment by Joe Jennelle