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Highland Steers in the Cold220 viewsA cold Saturday morning in November. Two Highland steers staring at me -- UK30294020052 (born 10 Apr 04) and UK302940500041 (born 25 Jul 03).
Greg feeding Lord MacFhionghuain of Lucies209 viewsTrying to lure one of the cows into the stock trailer --- we thought we'd have better luck with His Lordship, and she'd follow. "No" on both counts, I'm afraid.
Lord MacFhionghuain of Lucies175 views
Mairi Ruadh 5th of Innisard (KIKE10) and Her Calf185 viewsEnjoying a snack before their trip to their new home in Wales.
Highland Cow in the Frost935 viewsUK302940600028 -- photographed while resisting all of our efforts to get her into the stock trailer to go to her new home in Wales.
"Spooky" Alice and Her Calf212 views"Spooky" Alice is our only Highland cow minus her horns. Our former stockmen wouldn't handle her as they felt she was too dangerous, so the compromise was to keep her (instead of kill her) but minus her horns. Alice and her calf have now moved to a new home in Wales.
Highland Cow Mooing in the Cold204 viewsUK302940600028 born 28 July 2002.
Highland Cow Mooing At Her Calf178 viewsUK302940600028 was scheduled to go (along with her calf) to a wonderful new home in Wales. We spent two days trying to box her, and finally gave up --- at least for the time being. In this photo, she's mooing at her calf, who we did manage to catch.
Three Highland Cattle178 viewsPhotographed on a frosty November morning as the three Highlanders moved on to another place.
Two Steers and a Bull178 viewsAre they talking about ladies? Cars? The latest iPod? Cricket? Or the fact that it's November and it's cold.
"Spooky" Alice177 viewsWe were trying to get Alice to join her calf for the trip to Wales. She's cunning, and would do everything possible to avoid being caught. In the end, after two days, our patience paid off --- the lure of her calf and food was just too great, and Marjorie snuck in and closed the gate behind her.
Butter Wouldn't Melt in Their Mouths210 viewsThey look so cute, all lined up on a sunny Sunday morning. But two of these Highland cattle have proven to be impossible for us to catch despite hours of trying. You should see them jump the fences!
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