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Thread: State Fair Cowgirls

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    State Fair Cowgirls

    There were LOTS of young cowboys, cowgirls, ranchers, farmers at the Fair with their animals. When we toured the livestock area, most of the kids were sound asleep on hay bales or on benches...The must have worked so hard to get ready, get to and set up at the fair. I had to snap this photo of two cowgirls - who are obviously dedicated to, and have an amazing relationship with, the heifers they brought to the show.
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    Wow, those cows are like big dogs! Everyone is plum tuckered out. Thanks for sharing.
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    Great picture! I sure hope they are milk and not beef cows.

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    I am sure they are VERY tired. Thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Great picture! I sure hope they are milk and not beef cows.
    Yup looks like a couple of Brown Swiss (dairy breed) heifers.
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    WOW, I have worked at the County fair setting up the craft section and you can get tired out after a hard day's work.
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    my heart goes out to these kids I use to raise animals in the 4-H program when I was a kid and for most of these kids they love their animal and it is the last time they get to spend with them as most of them are sold

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    That's adorable. Brings back memories of taking my kids to the livestock show.

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    Looks like a Farm Bureau Award Winning Photo to me!

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    thanks for sharing the picture. i hope the cows don't roll over.
    They look plum tuckered out.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Awesome picture. Thanks for sharing!

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    Yep, that's a Texas State Fair alright.

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