Farmersgirl Kitchen is on a real farm

Uncategorized | April 10, 2012 | By

Just in case any of my newer readers wondered whether Farmersgirl Kitchen is really part of a farm, here is a photograph of the calves that arrived just as I got home from work.  

They are a mixture of Simmental, British Blue and Limousin cross calves.  We buy them in already weaned and, as soon as the weather warms up, they will go out into the field until they are sold on again in October.

We usually get our calves at the end of January into February, but this year they were difficult to come by and more expensive than usual as well. 

This one was particularly un-phased by his new home!
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LOVE it! What are their names? šŸ™‚

Hannah
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Hannah

Oh! He is cute!

Janice
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We don't give them names Ros – ha ha! It is a 'real' farm!

Baking Addict
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LOL I would still name them šŸ™‚ then again I'm not a farmer just a city girl šŸ™‚

Karen S Booth
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How do you find time to go to work, cook, blog and farm Janice! WOW! Love those wee calves too!

fiona maclean
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awww cuties! My grandad used to name all the cows! though I don't remember the pigs and sheep having names…

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