Sunshine and Smiles

I love it when the animals can get out on pasture.

It was a chilly, windy day that I turned them out and followed them about.

The sun cooperated and so did the camera and subjects:

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Oh… wait,

there’s more.  The ones that made me laugh, right out loud.

The following two are the same picture, just cropped differently.




I hope these have made you smile, friends!

About Marla Rose

This blog documents our farm life in central Illinois with photographs, experiences, and a dash of cooking. Pour a cup of coffee and enjoy sharing part of our lives!
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12 Responses to Sunshine and Smiles

  1. Dianna says:

    Simply gorgeous photos! That third photo is as clear a picture as I’ve ever seen. Here’s a little joke for you: What did the mama cow say to the baby cow? “It’s pasture bedtime”……
    Thanks for sharing your world!

  2. says:

    Hilarious. Loved the family photo of the goats. What is that dark circle behind the neck of the one cow? Which one is Pumpkin?

    • Pumpkin is the one you see the dark circle on. It is from the mineral tub. They have licked it low, so now they have to stick their heads further down into the tub and the residue on the side stains their pretty, white hair!

  3. says:

    P.S. The family goat pic could be your Christmas card, bwahahahahahaha. Okay, okay, at the very least, you could print them as postcards to use during the year.

  4. Bill says:

    Great photos! As someone who raises Boer goats, yours are absolutely beautiful. They are so clearly healthy and well-cared for.

    • Thank you! They are definitely spoiled… 😉 Any tips on how to know if one is bred or not? The buck was with us for 3 months so she still has time; but so far she isn’t visibly looking pregnant.

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