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Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmWe have several steers behind the house right now, so a walk to the pasture at dusk is now part of our usual routine. We captured this steer feeling his oats out with the flerd as the sun was setting.

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Double Brook FarmYee-haw! Interestingly enough, he came right up for a snuggle scratch when he was done frisking about.

Double Brook FarmAfter the winter we had, all the animals are in a good mood. I was over by the chickens at the Martin tract and after giving me the business, Kasey was all about playing and getting a nice scratch for himself.

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Who can resist that face?! We feel lucky that spring is here and the animals are content. I also feel lucky that I spotted these 4-leaf clovers in the grazing grasses by the chickens.

Double Brook FarmCan you see them both?? Make a wish or two. Or three – because I found another!

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