Suzanne Schuster

Suzanne Schuster

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Northeast Kansas / My hubby and I live on a farm in northeast Kansas where we raise cattle, corn, wheat, and soybeans. We love to take pictures, and I also love to cook good old f
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We all know how graceful swans are. But on ice? Not so much:

We all know how graceful swans are.

We dodged a bullet.

We dodged a bullet.

About the only thing not falling out of the sky will be flaming toads.

About the only thing not falling out of the sky will be flaming toads.

Snow geese swirl overhead, thousands of them moving as one.

Watching huge flocks of Snow Geese swirl down from the sky, amid a cacophony of honking, is a little like standing inside a snow globe.

Hard to believe these beautiful birds nearly became extinct.

Trumpeter Swans are our biggest native waterfowl, stretching to 6 feet in length and weighing more than 25 pounds—almost twice as massive as a Tundra Swan.

Click here to see a little flock of birds on espresso.

This medium-sized wading bird is iridescent bronze-brown overall and has a thin band of white feathers around its bare red face, a long, down curved bill, an.

His wing is injured, but that doesn't keep him from hunting.

Slightly smaller and more svelte than a Great Blue Heron, these are still large.

So adorable!!

Though commonly mistaken to be ducks, American coots belong to a distinct order. Unlike the webbed feet of ducks, coots have broad, lobed scales on their low.

Pics from Ice Storm 2015 on our Kansas farm:

Pics from Ice Storm 2015 on our Kansas farm:

Ever seen cows being PREG CHECKED? You gotta see this!

Cattle Working Facility – Part 5

Click here to see us finish our new cattle working facility:

Cattle Working Facility – Part 4

Fort Scott in Kansas, clothed in fall foliage.

Fort Scott in Kansas, clothed in fall foliage.

Fall leaves covered in dew....

Fall leaves covered in dew.