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WELL WE WANT TO GO VIRAL TOO.. WE MEAN MOO..... COULD YOU GUYS GIVE US A SHOUT TO A RE-PIN . THANKS

Visited my neighbor's grandma's farm...what a trip, cows, haymow, root cellar, fresh milk

My cow Butter used to do this when we lived at the old farm and we had a window in the barn

Ahhhhhh, milkin's done, back to pasture

"Tongue Bath" - One of the many reasons I love photography - despite there being countless versions of this photo in the world, I have never seen one quite like this. There is always room for a new perspective.

All animals deserve our respect and kindness. Avoid calfskin products and veal. Who would harm an innocent animal baby? Only a barbarian, that's all there is to it.

Something is definately up again Linda is complaining that the felines upstairs are not hers. She said she would make dinner on Friday but I had to even though I am not feeling well again. So much stress I am yawning a lot. She brags about what she has done but I did it and I am used to it but now she is yelling at me that she did it and I should have: like take in trash can or put out garabe. Recently she stopped normal feeding habits for cats. Is Joe Kelly back?

Edgmon hay barn (circa 1920) at south end of Boxley Valley in northwest Arkansas. Located at trailhead parking area for Buffalo River Trail and Upper Buffalo River Wilderness Area. by danjdavis

This is part of the fence made from a variety of wheels welded together which is around a field and barn. The barn has been turned into an arts and crafts place. Some beautiful watercolors and artwork were on display inside. The Wagon Wheel Fence and Barn are located just north of Uniontown, Washington on Hwy 195.