Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Farm Animals

Thank you, Cee, for featuring me for my entry into last weeks’ challenge. When you posted this weeks’ challenge I was sure I could find a photo or two in my archives because it’s too early in the year for the farm animals that spend summers in our area to come back. Turned out, I had more photos in my archives than I thought, so here goes!

Don’t be doubting me here – every farm has at least one cat and one dog.

From Half Moon Cay, a hen

and from Plimouth Plantation (outside of Plymouth, MS), a rooster
Plimouth Plantation

from New York State, a horse

and from up the road from me, a horse and her baby.
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From Costa Rica, Brahman cattle with chickens

from the yard of friends, Mama Llama
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and her daughter.
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Locally, a goat
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and from Yellowstone National Park, a buffalo
but in justification, there is a buffalo ranch a few miles up the highway from me, I just don’t have pictures of their buffalo.

That’s all folks! My collection of farm animal photos. I hope you enjoy.

About Carol

I'm me - nothing unusual, just me. Widowed, 2 grown children who are my best friends, 1 dog, retired, loving being retired. I am woman, I am strong.
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17 Responses to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Farm Animals

  1. t2van says:

    Love all the photos, but especially the first one! I can just imagine what is outside the french door…I can feel the excited energy!

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  2. Amazing close ups on some of those!

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  3. Hi Carol,
    This is a very varied series–lots of fun shots. I love the expression on the llamas, but my very favorite photo is the one of your girls all staring out the window. So cute!

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  4. Carol — I love Mama Llama and her Sassy Daughter!

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  5. Cee Neuner says:

    Oh you have some adorable farm animal photos. Is your banner crocuses from your yard?


  6. Heather says:

    You are right to include the cat and dogs 🙂
    I think my favorite is the daughter llama, but I love the way “mama llama” sounds! I choose them both.

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  7. loisajay says:

    I love the llama’s daughter. Must be a teenager…she looks like she talking up a storm! 🙂

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  8. El Rolyat says:

    Lovely pics, especially the first one 🙂
    Of course no farm is complete without some dogs and a cat …

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  9. Llama (llamas?) always seem to be smiling. 😄
    Cute collection of farm animals, Carol.

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  10. jay53 says:

    Those are great! You did better than I did.

    I do know of some llamas near to where Son No 2 used to live, but it’s a loooong drive, and I don’t even know if they’re still out in the fields at this time of year. No reason why they shouldn’t be, of course, especially if they’re kept for their wool. No cold weather, no thick fluffy coats, right?


    • Carol says:

      Yep, just like dogs and cats get heavier coats in winter. Do greyhounds get heavier coats and then shed?

      Sent from my iPad



      • jay53 says:

        They kind of do, but they’re not usually big shedders. Sid does, but he has an unusually fluffy coat for a greyhound, and sheds more than the average. I take him out to brush him and get a fairly thick wodge of fur out of the brush (nothing like lab sheddings, but a lot for a grey) and then I take Jeffie out and get about six hairs!


  11. Dawn says:

    We have llamas down the road but I haven’t seen them out this winter. Smart llamas.


  12. Lisa says:

    Wow, you certainly did find a lot. My first thoughts were dogs and cats as well. Those llamas are too much! They made me smile.


  13. afairymind says:

    I love the shot of the llama daughter! Great pictures. 🙂


  14. Kathy says:

    Mama llama’s daughter is my favorite, too! Nice collection of pics for the challenge.


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