Tia is much too big for standing in the boot of a car. But there she is!
“I’m fine Miss C. They made cars extra strong for cows in the 60’s. Anyway pregnant cows get a pass on naughty behavior – isn’t that right?”
Tia has become the cow who visits with the guests when they come to the barn. She arrives at the gate very quietly so as not to scare them and then solemnly offers them her head for scratching. I do hope all goes well for her – she is the sweetest cow.
Little steer is deeply unimpressed.
The cows at home have a new bale of hay and not a minute too soon they believe.
WaiWai often lies close to the fence on the off chance that one of the calves might lick his back.
He still gets zinc cream on his back to keep the sun off his thin damaged skin. I think the cows think he is a mineral block.
He is such a fattie but it is all loose and wobbly- he does not look like a mineral block to me – more of a melting licorice icecream.
There was a little rain in the night. It is so still and so cool that the hay is not drying very fast either.
We will see what today brings.
More barn work for me today.
I hope you have a lovely day.
Another dicey day for drying.