Cowgirl Annie — Then and Now


Cowgirl Annie, last April with our first calf “Stew.”


Cowgirl Annie, this May withour first calf “Pigpen” (yes, it’s sticking but atleast once he dried off the flies were gone.)

Cowgirl Annie is really a true cowgirl.  When we bought our little herd of Herefords we told the lady who was selling them to us to register them all in Annie’s name — they remain hers today.  Though she has parent’s who “govern” her little herd they are nontheless hers.  I think she’s pretty proud of them too… Anticipating our next calf here at Mud Ranch.

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I live in the country, I love to take photos, I'm a shepherdess, I adore my husband and daughter, I walk in the will of Christ.

Posted on May 27, 2009, in Annie, Hereford Cattle. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Wow, how much things change it a year! She is a blessed little girl to be raised on a farm with a loving family and to have her own herd at such a young age! 🙂

  2. Grandpa Cookie

    When she becomes at “cattle baroness” can papa get a loan?

  3. I’m so happy Pigpen is doing well. Annie is growing like a weed now. Almost not a baby anymore.

    • Yes Molly — she really has grown up so quickly. I am amazed at how “little girl” she is now rather than baby.

      Annie will be 2 in late July! 😀

  4. That is great. I think she is the youngest “cow” owner I’ve ever seen! 😉 And the cutest for sure, hee!

  5. Great stuff – just bookmarked you on Digg along with this

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