Photographs of your Dexters ....

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Saffy wrote: Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:33 pm
Rob R wrote: Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:28 pm - we drove these guys 1.7 miles to fresh grazing today.

Did you let the black and white one sit in the front Rob :wink: ...it looks rather startled!!!
No, drove as in walked. It looked even more startled when one of the younger ones fell in the river! It's a good job Dexters are such good swimmers. Unfortunately I didn't have the light levels to take any photos.
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Duncan MacIntyre wrote: Wed Nov 22, 2017 11:59 am I thought the last one taken by Natalie on broomstick, :)

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I'm going to tell her that...

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Thought I would be safe enough here Rob, then someone pointed out that by broomstick Bute is not so far away from Yorkshire as I thought.

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It seems to get wetter and wetter here. The Burnside herd usually stay up here from October till end of January without any extra feeding. The ground has a dry stane dyke boundary which usually has limousin and holstein heifers on the other side in summer, so not used until they go in for the winter. Lots of rough grass for them and lots of shelter from whins.

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cows at home now coming in overnight, setting up camera today for calving starting January
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From left to right.

The second dexter cow we bought back in 2006, Foulrice Galaxy, 14 in February.
Our bull Humberdale Padison, who will be 6 next month.
Two heifers we bought last spring at the Pampas dispersal sale in malton, Clarinda and Charisma, 29 month and 27 months old.
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Our latest addition, will he be black? parents both black, bulls mother the lighter of the two reds below.


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Highland x Dexter x Dexter. Bull calf born Saturday night in all the snow.
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Ok that will be Scary Dexter then
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Think I might Dehorn him! Don't want him to have the horns like his mother. Then he will be Posh Dexter. :wink:
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Woodmagic Parrot 2nd and her calf Duffryn Goldfinch just a few hours old, out for a bit of fresh air.
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Is that me! Gorgeous.
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