Work at Noon

It's weaning time. The last of the calf drop for 2016-7 had to farewell their mum's yesterday...a stressful time for all. Still we are very happy with this pen. Well grown, quiet animals and by the absence of too much bellowing in the yard last night well ready to be weaned. They seem to welcome the ready access to the fresh hay we have provided for them. Now my work begins as I train them to work as a team, handle yards and gates as well as get used to being controlled by humans rather than Mum. Early upload today. We'll be on the road today at noon
A fabulous capture Margaret! I admire you for so many reasons.
posted September 12th, 2017  
Love the dust and motion! They hold their ears out sideways, I note!
posted September 12th, 2017  
Wonderful shot
posted September 12th, 2017  
This is hard, knowledgeable work!
posted September 13th, 2017  
Terrific capture
posted September 13th, 2017  
Wonderful shot with the dust and motion! They look like a great group of calves. It'll be loud for a couple of days (from moms who are filling up as well as from their babies - lol!)
This is an easy FAV!
posted September 13th, 2017  
love this fav
posted September 13th, 2017  
Great feel of a cattle-yard in action, love the pall of dust, can smell it from here.
posted September 13th, 2017  
Great feel to this shot Margaret. Where are you off to?
posted September 13th, 2017  
@terryliv Only heading to Biloela and Rockhampton on business. Nothing as exciting as touring Boulia and beyond! I really enjoyed following your tour out west. But some days I'm so busy I only get to look and don't take the time to comment.
posted September 13th, 2017  
A super capture. Fav!! 😀
posted September 13th, 2017  
Busy time for you all, glad it went well!
posted September 13th, 2017  
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