December 2, 2014

Herndon Heifers


A search for a pleasant spot for eating a salad that I purchased in Reston led me to Frying Pan Park in Herndon, Virginia. It turned out to be a great place for taking some barn photos.

I'm calling these young cows "heifers" but perhaps they are yearlings. Farmer friends, how do I tell?

Sharing with: The Barn Collective


This one reminds me of a deer. 

9 comments:

  1. Nice farm setting. Sorry, I can't help with your cow terminology. Generally I can tell a cow from a bull and that's about it. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  2. I enjoy watching them, they are so laid back

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  3. very cute. could be heifers; could be young steers (castrated bulls).

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  4. Well I guess you and the heifers enjoyed your meal together. They look like they are eating greens too.

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  5. Every barn is better with the animals whatever they may be. Thanks for sharing this week!

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  6. beautiful images Linda. I'm no expert but I would call them young calves. They don't appear to be even a year old yet....close.

    However old they are......... they are sure cute.

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  7. they are soo cute and have nice colors. :)

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