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    New life on the farm

    Furture Fox hunter and new colt
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    Ain't spring grand??!!
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    Those your pups dave? Momma looks a little tired and those pups look cute as can be!
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    Jonathan said it all. Its one thing us city slickers just dont get to see and enjoy ...the new life. Thanks Dave for sharing it. Nice looking horse but the pups they always steal the show.

    Best i can do is watch the bunny in my yard eating the new grass shoots. Hey dont need a mower.
    cheers

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    Thats one of the best things about living where I do. I can drive down the road in the spring and see all the baby goats, burros, colts and calfs.
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    I'm looking forward to seeing the 'eggs with legs', or baby quail around here. It's pretty funny in the spring to see the little guys waddle around!
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    Yea our qail have already hatched.
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    Good stuff--thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Baer View Post
    Yea our qail have already hatched.
    Months ahead of me there Don... I'll have to consult my wife, she keeps track of things on a calendar. I do know my first rattler sighting isn't due for another coupla weeks, though....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Dowell View Post
    I do know my first rattler sighting isn't due for another coupla weeks, though....
    yup they've been out here for a month or so..
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