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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Farm Animals Behind Good Fences

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Here's some cute animals that live on the farm at the Blue Ridge Farm Museum

Linking these cuties to Good Fences :)

44 comments:

  1. Sweet photos of the farm animals and a cute of your boys petting the horse.

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  2. Wonderful animal photos


    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  3. Lovely pics, I love the horses.

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  4. Nice photos, that rooster is the father of the chicks that I am raising, he has attacked the people who feed him. The horses are for sale as the new oxen will replace them for pulling the wagon. They say that a farm of that period would not likely have a team of draft horses and oxen. The pigs are Ossabaw Island pigs and were left there in the 1500s by the Spanish so are an example of an early breed that would have been available.

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    1. i hope the horses find a good home, together! neat about the rooster being your chickens' baby daddy! :)

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  5. Love the animals behind the fences.

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  6. I've never been to that farm museum so I should go. Seems they have a lot of interesting things/animals to see and a lot of neat fences.

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  7. I love rail fences. That's a great photo of your boys petting the horse. Such pretty animals!

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  8. Was this at Booker T Washington's place? I love the BR Pkwy when we lived in Boones Mill...:)JP

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  9. these are beauties! loved the horses and cattle, but the hog stole the show. what a cute shot!

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  10. A great selection of animals. My favorite is the piggle! He really looks at home. :)

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  11. Great shots! The chicken one is my favorite!!

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  12. What a super series of farm animals Tanya, I did smile at the suspicious glare the pig is giving you in the second last shot, he looks like a real hornery critter :)

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  13. Lots of cuties hanging out with these fences. :)

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  14. Fun photos! Hope you are enjoying a nice fall day.

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  15. These are real cuties indeed!! Thank you for sharing.

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  16. Great shots of all the animals Tanya! That fence in the first shot is my favorite kind of fence.

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  17. Your blog reminds me that Fair season in Maine is fast coming to a close. Moo!

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  18. great detail on the piggy face...hehehe. wonderful fences too, my favorites.

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  19. The horses are particularly striking to the eye.

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  20. Incredible views! I like the fences but oh those lovely animals too!

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  21. Great photos! Love the one of your sons petting the horse. Love the fences and the animals!

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  22. What fun to see all the different animals there. That pig looked so funny. Beautiful horses and the colors of the shot with the cow are wonderful. Okay the fences were pretty nice too.

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  23. Your photos are rich with color. Very nice. Thank you for visiting my Seedling Mile Good Fence.

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  24. Five goof images, five good fences. In today's second shot, I got the impression that your twins are growing up.

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  25. A perfect shot of each!! Is that a cute pig, or a boar?

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  26. The chickens / roosters / hens (forgive me, I just don't know) :) are my favorite. What a variety of textures and creatures today. They are simply wonderful, sharp and everything so colorful.

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  27. Great farm photos. I never knew there was a Blue Ridge Farm Museum. We've been talking about returning to that area, so we'll check it out the next time we travel there.

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  28. Oh pretty horses...and great farm animals. Love the weathered split-rail fencing too.

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  29. A fence is always more beautiful with a gorgeous horse behind it!!

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  30. Aren't those chickens strutting their stuff to get their photos taken! Love them all! Perfect for good fences!

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  31. I love the pig and the chickens especially!

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  32. Cute critters! All photos are very beautiful!

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  33. Such pretty horses! Those chickens are handsome, too.
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  34. Love these great animals with those good fences. Beautiful photos!

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  35. Yes, those are pretty colors in horses !!

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  36. OMG; such varieties of sweet looking animals♡♡♡ Lovely to see the boys touching the pony gentle looking way♪♪♪
    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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