Fair Warning: a pictorial review, part one

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6 Comments

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    Jeanie July 22, 2015 (7:30 pm)

    Great pictures! I’ve been waiting for them.

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    carol williams July 22, 2015 (9:03 pm)

    I am simply amazed at the udders on those cows!!! I only have a few, and they are raised for beef sales, not dairy, but…we have had many calves born here, and their mamas NEVER look like that! Good grief, what a milk supply! Is it because of the breed, or what? Excuse my ignorance, I am a city girl transplant. Goodness! Details, please!

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      Jennifer July 22, 2015 (11:43 pm)

      Yes, you said it! Dairy cow energy goes into making milk which requires larger, fancier udders. A beef cow’s main goal is to build muscle for meat. And as a general rule, a Holstein is the largest common dairy breed. They’re usually tall with nice big udders, and some of those girls give 100 lbs. of milk a day!

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    Robyn July 24, 2015 (7:37 am)

    Looks like fun was had by all! Good Luck with the rest of the fair.

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    Nancy July 29, 2015 (9:45 am)

    I always look forward to your fair posts. Can’t believe how much your kids are growing up, especially your son! Glad you had decent weather this year. Did I miss the Camp post?

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      Jennifer Kiko July 30, 2015 (5:20 pm)

      Not quite time for camp posts yet. Very soon, Nancy! 🙂