Author Topic: Factors that may shape our attitudes towards cattle...  (Read 3548 times)

BuzyG

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Re: Factors that may shape our attitudes towards cattle...
« Reply #90 on: 18:27:57, 08/11/20 »
We have a herd near us which. as of yesterday, was trying to convert its field into a working model of the Somme battlefield. Most cows round here seem to still be out and we even have fields with lambs that are a couple of weeks old.


I spotted two young fowls near to sheep's tor on Friday. Still suckling from their mothers.  Winter seems a way off still at the moment.  The leaves are still firmly on our cherry trees too. :o
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GinAndPlatonic

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Re: Factors that may shape our attitudes towards cattle...
« Reply #91 on: 20:10:55, 08/11/20 »

I spotted two young fowls near to sheep's tor on Friday. Still suckling from there mothers.  Winter seems a way off still at the moment.  The leaves are still firmly on our cherry trees too. :o

It always amazes me how so many things start to regenerate way before the new year arrives..

ps ..That w is really close to the a isn`t it..
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