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Viewing all entries from Dave's Garden County Fair 2012: Favorite farm animal

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By gingerlily1216
My husband the psychologist with the miniature horse that came to visit him in his office.


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By DiggingJohnny
This pasture paint horse came in for one last shot before being sold. She'll now move out of her canyon home and be introduced to a new herd.


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By DiggingJohnny
This once trained paint horse grazed a 15 acre open pasture for the past three years. Recently sold, she'll go through the process of rebreaking.


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By mygardens
Bossy was my favorite cow. I milked her by hand. When she was old & sick she was put down and buried. My sister dug up her skull a year later, decorated it and gave it to me.


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By mygardens
Mildred was given to us when she was two years old. Before we received her she always swam in a child's plastic tub. Although we have a large pond, she preferred our old tub.


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By LadyAshleyR
My niece riding Chance the Halflinger. Best photo I took of them all day =).


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By LadyAshleyR
Calliope, Play Dead!
(Sorry for the white square, removed my name, since this is a contest)


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By picabo
Tuwa, My favorite Cow Pony, here we are Herding cows in Montana this Summer


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By persimmon1256
I recently visited a local farm and sugarhouse, and met this gal; her name is Diane Sawyer, and she is a family pet. She got her name because her mother was on the Good Morning America show.


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By PAgirl60
My husband and I had been living in Florida for a short time and we used to frequently visit a nearby horse ranch. We used to always bring some apples and carrots with us. Whenever this horse would see us coming, he was ALWAYS the first one to come ambling over. He was such a gentle, sweet soul.


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By Patricia_M


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By Patricia_M


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By ginger749


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By Audrey
Making sheep's eyes.


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By Audrey
"Here's looking at you, kid!"


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By ginger749
The Wool from My Black Sheep are used by many Wool Spinners here in my local Arts and Crafts area.


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By cynthiamp
I love to watch the ducks and their babies. Spring has always been a special time to watch all the new animals as they discover our world.


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By cynthiamp
I love to watch the geese and their babies. Did you know they eat 10 pounds of grass a day? Now if I could just get them to eat in the yard so I didn't have to mow.


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By picabo
What a Big World! I loved this calf standing with Mom under a tree. He couldn't have been more than a few hours old. He was sure taking in all the sights in his new world.


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By anglibet
Our daughter visited her brother and his wife at World Hunger Relief in Texas where she got to spend time with her favorite animals in the world: goats!


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By anglibet
Our daughter visited her brother and his wife at World Hunger Relief, TX where she got to spend time with her favorite animals in the world.


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By Italianstyle
The best "watchdog" a farm could ask for.


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By Italianstyle
Another day another flower a bees work is never done.


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By OutsidePlaying
We raise pygmy goats. Lucy and Sally were twins born in Feb 2012. They are pretty cute.

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