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Life at Miss Vicky's Pampered Angus Ranch: 1st Spring Baby

It's been too exciting a day for our heroine. First, her newest arrival, the first of this spring, charged her in the hallway. After settling that infantile episode, a neighbors calf had to be physically moved to her momma. Tonight, she says, 'Now I am one tired farmer and Miss Kitty has no supper cooked.
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By Victoria Pike
CM Farm & Ranch news contributor

First spring baby tucked away in some nice warm hay in the barn for the night. Spry little one. Charged me in the hallway after getting his vaccine while momma was eating her dinner.

I didn't go for a ride this time.


He just wasn't big enough to pack me, but it has happened in the past.

Not really that experienced in calf, steer or bull riding.

After all that, I caught one of my neighbors little calves on the wrong side of the fence having a fit because he couldn't get to his momma.

After a bit of a chase, I was able to trip him and roll him over to his momma.

Now I am one tired farmer and Miss Kitty has no supper cooked. - Vicky Pike


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New baby at Miss Vicky's Pampered Angus Ranch



2016-03-03 - Greater Bliss, Adair County, KY - Photo by Victoria Browning Pike.
"First spring baby tucked is now tucked away in some nice warm hay in the barn for the night. Spry little one. Charged me in the hallway after getting his vaccine while momma was eating her dinner." - Vicky Pike

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