Love the animals. The fence did look rather flimsy if that guy decided he wanted out!
We have so many cattle around here to and at my brother-in-laws dairy farm just love to see them in the fields .Great pictures.
I thought the same thing about that fence, how in the world would that keep those large animals from getting loose!! Such a cute sheep you closed with, wonderful images today!!
The big bull and the cattle in the second photo look like a breed by the name of Simmental, they're larger than Herefords and are a very desirable breed for beef production.
I like to see Bulls far away, after being what I thought was chased by our bull as my Dad led it up the road to the next neighbour's farm. All I can remember of that, some probably 66 years ago... is " DON'T RUN", and with little short legs, guess I didn't.They all look very contented in your photos, do they winter over in barns?
Nice looking herds. Guess the bull is content or the fence probably would not stop him.
I always like to see those cattle. : )I don't see many white ones around here, though I have seen a few.
My dad used to "moo" out the car window anytime we passed by a herd of cattle. It's because of him that now I always want to do the same thing when I see cows. Moooo!! :)
The country can be magical.
Lovely photos . Takes me back to my farming days with our cattle, horses , sheep and what not . Thanks for sharing , Have a good weekend !
One can never be too sure about bulls.....looks like you are in the field with him!
Hello, awesome shots of the cattle. I love the cute sheep too. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week!
That really is a lot of bull! I hope the fence separating YOU and the bull was in better repair. When the cows are all lying down it's supposed to forecast rain. (ol' wives tale)
I love cattle, but I only see them during the summer on the nature preserves.
That bull is massive. And always count on at least one or two herd animals to be curious about someone passing by.