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Waiting to go out for the Summer……….

Waiting eagerly to see if the weather warms up before they set off across the fields for Summer.  These calves, born in the Autumn have enjoyed their wintertime in the big shed with their mothers and are now ready to race around the green fields when the weather warms up a bit and the grass

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Hereford heifer for the future.

This little cutie is a hereford cross heifer which we intend to keep as a replacment cow in the future. Her dad is the handsome red chappie with a white face who is huge but as quiet as a mouse as he patrols the fields looking after his girls. Hope you enjoy seeing him on

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Enjoying a mud pack!

Well, what can we say about her? She has enjoyed rubbing her head in the mud and spoiling her good looks for the time being. She has a young calf and is enjoying the great outdoors on the hill of Mielke Ross, overlooking Ross Bay and the Kirkcudbright Estuary. Its a hard life………..

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New girls to the herd.

These are the heifers which will be continue to grow up here to replace some of the older cows. They have been bred here at Ross Farm from our herd of cows and their father is the good looking Hereford bull (ginger with the white face), who likes posing for the camera. They should grow

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Bull boy.

Here is our Hereford bull enjoying some springtime sunshine with his girls upon the hill.  He can also keep a watchful eye on his offspring from last year as they skip about the pastures.

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Freedom!

A few of the cows and newly born calves heading out up the fields.

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Old Billy bull

Here is our old stock bull – Billy.  He too is quiet and sensible to work with and enjoys roaming around the Ross farmland.  He produces us with some lovely quality calves.

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