Thursday, May 13, 2010

One Of These Things Is Not Like The Others


 
What's different about this picture?

We've had one storm after another today (Wednesday) and tornado warnings that started at 10 am and will continue until 10pm tonight. This is the second day this week we've had these warnings! Just after lunch the sun came out and I headed out to mow before the storms actually began....I finished JUST in time!


Olly hanging out with the chickens

While I was mowing one of the pastures the chickens and geese came out in hopes that I would scare up a few tasty morsels. They love when I mow.



Olly decided to hang out with the chickens while I puttered around. It's funny how the chickens accept the cats. However...the cats have learned to have great respect for Romeo the rooster! 



Since I wasn't able to get many photo's today because of rushing to get everything mowed before the storms came I thought I'd add a few pictures from a couple of weeks ago.


The 'neighbors' let another truck load of cattle loose on the fields around us . They were pretty excited to be let out of the pen but they were more curious about us.


The 'boss man' stands between us and his cows


This is what we found one morning

Three of them decided our grass looked better than theirs (including the bull!) so they jumped the electric fence...had a bite to eat and then laid down to chew their cud!
Who'd have thought a cow could jump that high.

They had a good old time until their owner drove over and escorted them back into their pasture.
Oh well...at least they had a good feed and enjoyed a little freedom even if it was
just for a little while.

The storms are nearly over for today (Wednesday) and we havnen't been 'blown' away ..thank goodness.

So far so good!

11 comments:

Rural Revival said...

Maura, stay safe!

Oh and I wish I had a cow come visit me. Of course, I might not let her leave. : )

~Andrea~

Beatnheart said...

Oh I love your farm...but boy you sure work hard...you mowed the lawn..yikes!!! You've got lots to do...I'm tired just reading about it. Yes, stay safe sweet one.. Hugs to you know who...

Flat Creek Farm said...

What a nice post, and I DO hope you stayed safe throughout all the storms. Are they over yet? I surely hope so... I am really tired of these storms. I think we all are. I am also relieved to see such nice peaceful pictures of your chickens with your cats. I'm hoping all will be in harmony here too. Of course the babies will have to be protected for awhile after they arrive (next week) :) Stay safe! -Tammy

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

cats seem so bored by chickens dont they?

by the way who sings the song on your blog?

Laura~DancesWithTeddyBears said...

Oh, I love your farm and your chickens and your rooster and your kitty-cat and your neighbor's cattle...and you! Have a great day. I hope the nasty weather stays far away from you!♥

bj said...

I LOVE your pretty farm..and I love how much YOU love it !! :)
hugs, bj

Millie said...

It's nice you have such a gracious attitude about the bovine visitors. I hope they didn't eat anything but the grass and maybe fertilize a bit! I confess, my ox and his companion cow once got out to play rodeo in the neighbor's bean field.

Lynn Richards said...

Great, great pictures!!! Glad all was well after the storms!!
xxoo
lynn

Pondside said...

I knew there was something not right about that hen with the ears and the tail!

jamjar said...

What great photos!!! Nice farm! We missed all the tornado activity but it sure is chilly here today!

Catherine said...

i would be scared! i don't like tornadoes. hope you'll be fine . Catherine

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