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Aberdeen Angus Bull -- "Ballet"224 viewsQuite an experience having a huge black bull stare at you. But he's just a pussycat, I hope.
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Aberdeen Angus Happy Family252 viewsThe bull, Ballet, with his wife and his two children. Next thing they'll be heading off to Blackpool and buying inflatable hammers.
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The Aberdeen Family Checking out the New Gloucester Calf126 viewsIncluding (on the right, with bling in his nose) our Aberdeen Angus bull, Ballet.
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Cattle Having Their Dinner186 viewsNot quite a family portrait. The bull in the foreground, Rull Ballet Cruz, is an Aberdeen Angus. The calf and cow (her mother, Betty) are Gloucester cattle. Enjoying dinner on the 4 Acre Field, summer, July 10 2005.
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Rull Balletcruz B012 - Aberdeen Angus Bull198 viewsEnjoying his Sunday lunch, July 31 2005, Lucies Farm four acre field
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Rull Balletcruz B012, our Aberdeen Angus Bull353 viewsThe folks who sold us Rull Balletcruz B012, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Jones, had a healthy respect for him. He looks quite menacing from this viewpoint, but I don't think he liked my camera. He was busy eating and relaxing on a Sunday afternoon at Lucies Farm.
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Ballet Cruz Standing Guard386 viewsOur Aberdeen Angus bull, Ballet Cruz, standing watch over the Tamworth (red) and Berkshire (black) pigs. A nice autumn afternoon in sunny Worcestershire.
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Rull Balletcruz B012 Born 17 October 200274 viewsAberdeen Angus Cattle Society Herd Book Vol. 127 UK366823-200012 -- Our pure-bred Aberdeen Angus Bull, at rest.
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Hmm, how do I get out of this?132 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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The Victor68 views
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Ow, that hurts!150 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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Oh, the humilition291 viewsLord Rannoch decided to pay Ballet Cruz a visit and in the words of the Rolling Stones "made the biggest mistake of his life". He was no match for the much younger bull. He's OK. Only his pride is wounded.
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