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    Very nice!

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    Thats a great job.Looks like a lot of work. I just bought a book on landscapes Ive been wanting to try it.

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    I love it...I just moved from the BIG city to a smaller rural area and LOVE the horses, cows, donkeys, goats, etc that I get to see while driving the back roads. I must admit some days they are the only things that bring a smile to this BIG city girl.

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    Great job!

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    Wow, That's a great show picture and the quilt block is amazing. You must have been good at doing registration papers. I'm truly impressed with your work. The Hoard's Dariyman with the cow judging on the front page were always my favorite issues. Although my soft spot is for jerseys. I miss my cows. Sigh...

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    excellent

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    That is really neat & original! Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrymaid
    Wow, That's a great show picture and the quilt block is amazing. You must have been good at doing registration papers. I'm truly impressed with your work. The Hoard's Dariyman with the cow judging on the front page were always my favorite issues. Although my soft spot is for jerseys. I miss my cows. Sigh...
    Ha! Love your siggie!
    I think we come somewhat from the same mold except I could only claim the husband and animals!

    I was born and raised with Holsteins, then Jerseys entered our lives and found my soft spot. I've been thinking about doing a Jersey, though their shading is not so simplified as the B+Ws! :)

    Registrations ... nope! We always did pics! :) And yes, me too, my ♥ is still there on the farm!

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    wow, you are too clever. It i really awesome

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    Great job!!!! I think it turned out beautiful!!!!

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    Cows are gone. Now we have dorset sheep. We wanted to maintain the buildings and pastures and not be as labor intensive. Even traded the square baler for a round one. No more unloading bales for me.

    We both work full time off the farm. I miss the day to day planning and working together. The just being on the same property...it's hard to explain. It's just a satisfaction of the heart.

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    wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by countrymaid
    Cows are gone. Now we have dorset sheep. We wanted to maintain the buildings and pastures and not be as labor intensive. Even traded the square baler for a round one. No more unloading bales for me.

    We both work full time off the farm. I miss the day to day planning and working together. The just being on the same property...it's hard to explain. It's just a satisfaction of the heart.
    I totally understand! The squares left very early in our farming life and we were one of the first with rounds. When we moved farms, that was one of the requirements that the barn could be converted to only use rounds! Best.Thing.Ever!!! :)

    I had to wind things down when my husband took ill ... then later sold it all a few years after he passed. I still have my aggie connections to help my ♥ ... just not the same!

    I don't think I could ever become a city girl! :)

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    Too cool!

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    That is so great looking!

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    Great job!!

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    Oh, I like it :!:

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    Wow so cool!!

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    Wow what a great job you did.

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    that is very clever is the original cow yours

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    Great job!! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by janedee
    that is very clever is the original cow yours
    Thanks!
    While we owned cows and I have lots of similar professional pics taken of our cattle, this one belongs to a friend.

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    I love it, instantly thought about my Dad

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtkoldra
    I love it, instantly thought about my Dad
    A Dairy Farmer? :)

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    What a great job you did on this. What part of Ontario are you from? Is the orginal a Patty Jones picture? She pictured a few of our family's top animals a few years back. I was raised working with Holsteins and now my son and daughter-in-law have a combined Jersey/Ayshire/Holstein herd. I still am partial to the Holsteins, but they prefer working with the Jerseys (less attitude than the other breeds, lol).

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