This morning I processed the cherries that DH picked. I ended up with 5 packages (5 cups each) to freeze and enough to make him a pie.
While doing my walk-about of the yard in the very early morning light, the heifers came up to the fence of the west yard and I couldn't resist taking some pictures.
As you can see this pasture hasn't been clipped and they are over belly deep and staying fat on grass.
The spotted lovely is my Milk Cow's 2008 daughter. She is a pure blood Milking Shorthorn. Her name is Annabelle.
All these girls should calve later this year. They are bred to a Black Angus bull.
We lost Willie last week, but we still have part of her litter. Our daughter has the other two.