Thursday, May 19, 2011

A FERGUS FREE ZONE

In every litter of puppies,
there is at least one
"camera hound"
that seems to be in every picture
and is not only there,
but is in the cutest pose.

We know you've probably all noticed
that with this clan,
it is Fergus.

Today,
we declare this blog
to be
a Fergus Free Zone.



After all,
we have more babies
on Rocky Creek Farm.



Their mothers are just as proud and protective
of them as Carrleigh is of her babies.


Here are some of our other Rocky Creek Farm babies.
Sometimes when Black Angus babies come,

they are totally black
and other times,
they are brown and then turn black.
We can never predict
what color they will start life
until they are born,
but in the end they all are black
with a few scattered white markings.


This is the "papa" of those Black Angus Babies.
Mom says if she ever gets
a black male Scottie,
she will name it
"Black Angus"
in tribute to our
beautiful cattle.


So you get a bit of sweet puppy love today,
we leave you with this photo
of Mackie and Kilts.

XOXO
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh, Ruairi
and
The Sweet Babes

17 comments:

Hollie and Janie said...

Those calves are so cute! I just love "herding" cattle from the safety of my side of the fence, of course!!
Love,
Janie

Susie said...

Oh how I needed to see all these babies and Scotties! I'm at my son's home for 10 days in D.C. and I miss my Westie babies, Malcolm, Izzie and Sugar like crazy. I have seen a lot of Westie's around my son's neighborhood and all the owners have been so gracious to stop and let me get my Westie fix.

Jazzi said...

oh yah, the calves are cute too. What Mom wouldnt be proud of them too!! I think you NEED a black scotties, not that I am partial or anything BOL

wags
Snazzi

Bouncing Bertie said...

Those calves are lovely. But I have an important question. Are 'Black Angus' the same as what we in Scotland would call 'Aberdeen Angus'? And if so, why did you drop the 'Aberdeen' bit!!??
Toodle pip!
Bertie (a proud resident of the fine city of Aberdeen, Scotland).

Amber-Mae said...

HOLY DOG that bull is massive!!! Those baby cows are very nice. I want to go to your Rocky Creek Farm. Looks like a wonderful place!

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Your other babies are all beautiful!! Babies inside and babies outside!! Lots of love, Debbie & Holly

Linda said...

Your big babes are lovely, but is papa considered to be a bull? We didn't see any horns. He sure is massive though. I am so glad you included Mackie & Kilts, We are addicted to the Scottie babe pics.

Love to all,
Linda & Abby

Sue said...

Your other babies are cute too. We have baby bison in the pasture next to us. They are adorable.

I don't want Fergus free days!

Lallee said...

Those are some giant Scotties you have there ;-) Mr. Angus looks quite serious. I don't think I'd mess with him.

scotsmad said...

We love cows. The Papa is quite a fellow! Didn't know Angus can start out brown.

Of course we love the pictures (any pictures) of the scotties.

XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

Hoke said...

Yikes those guys look too big to mess with !!! Any baby is a cute baby!!

Maggie and Mitch said...

So many babies on Rocky Creek Farm! How special is that!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

The little bipeds love to ride by the farm nearby that has Black Angus cows there. And there are always lots of babies. We have never gotten to see them, Mom says it is too far for us to walk, what she really means is that it is too far for HER to walk.

Thanks for sharing your other babes with us, but thanks too for the puppy shots too.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Great pictures! I no idea you had cows! I've loved seeing the calves we have across the road from us, they're like big toys!

Benny and Lily said...

those calves sure are big babies
Benny & Lily

scottishdogs said...

Never seen a cow or bull before (we urban dogs) but they impressive. Lucy has a thing for Fergus and is sulking under sofa... Its a great name, Fergus. Mind you, so is Bonni.

Your Scotties must have a wonderful life on a farm. Lovely.

Wishing you happy sunny days

Hector, Bonny and Lucy too!

Sweet William The Scot said...

My peep, Lee, spent her summers on her Grandmothers Guernsey dairy farm and loves the animals. Mr. Angus looks like he might not be to happy with the camera. I don't think I would want to walk across his pasture.
Sweet William The Scot

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