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Highland Cow Sticking Out Her Tongue2290 views
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Highland Cow Enjoying A Cold Beer86 views
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Highland Cattle Enjoying a Cold Beer72 views
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A Couple of our Older Highland Ladies212 viewsEnjoying one of the first warm days of spring.
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Craig With Highland Cattle73 viewsPhotographed for the Sunday Telegraph, 13 August 2004
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Craig With Highland Cattle72 viewsPhotographed for the Sunday Telegraph, 13 August 2004
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Craig With Highland Cattle75 viewsPhotographed for the Sunday Telegraph, 13 August 2004
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Craig With Highland Cattle82 viewsPhotographed for the Sunday Telegraph, 13 August 2004
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Craig With Highland Cattle and the Powick Parish Church87 viewsPhotographed for the Sunday Telegraph, 13 August 2004. The Powick Parish Church is in the background.
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Craig With Highland Cattle120 viewsPhotographed for the Sunday Times, 13 August 2004
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Hmm, how do I get out of this?141 viewsLord Rannoch, our Highland bull, smashed through the thick (and, we thought, sturdy) wooden fence while we were watching to take on Ballet Cruz, an Aberdeen Angus bull. Poor move, Rannoch. This shows that horns are no match for a size and youth. Fortunately, only Rannoch's pride was injured. Zbig and Gregorz ran into the fray (sort of) and separated the two angry bulls.
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Ow, that hurts!159 viewsLord Rannoch, our Highland bull, was quick to charge the fence --- and, to our amazement, he actually broke through. There were five of us there at the time, including our veterinarian to do a castration of a young Gloucester bull. What this photograph doesn't show is Zbig and Gregorz running around yelling --- and finally actually separating the two bulls before any damage was done.
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