Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
Do you have 254 cows? :)
Great minds think alike.....I had to use a close-up of the rfid tags though as I didn't see many numbered tags this week.
Nice, I figured tags would be in the challenges this week..:-)
I was looking for tags too- good one!
I'd like to see the numbered list of the birds you've seen this spring!I'm just catching up from a couple of chaotic weeks, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading through your blogs. You always find something worthwhile in your everyday rounds - a rainbow, birds, raindrops, courage and grit, warmth and humor.
And I'm thinking this is part of Liz's handy work!You and Ralph are like Terry and I...we just don't stop, but our bodies seem to not work like they used too!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Love the composition on this one :)
Good one attached to a cute face.
Dibear, no, we just start numbering at one and keep going to five hundred, then start again.Linda, this was kind of a challenge for rural folks...which I guess it is supposed to be. lolEd, I liked Linda B's idea for tractor numbersShirley, ours lose so many of them, it was hard to find one with a clean readable tag still in her ear. lolNW, I will get it up as soon as I get a chance.....however....you in particular are invited to come down either one fine morning or one fine evening, to sit on the sitting porch to see what we can see. yesterday was like a tennis match with so many birds flying past my head was spinning! It was awesome! The hummers are so tame this year the kids and I were standing or sitting talking the other night and they flew right between their heads! Shooting real hard for fifty and I promise I will make it.Linda, actually she is probably one I did a while back. I do a lot of the tagging, although I am ready to let anybody who wants to take it over. lolcdnc, thanks!Janice, thanks, she must have wondered what I was up to.
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