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Jen    Posted 06-22-2004 at 12:25:01       [Reply]  [No Email]
After about a dozen pics I finally got 2 that should let ya'll see if Chloe has some kinda creepin crud or not. But NOW I have NO IDEA how to put them in a message. ugh

Somebody please lemme know what to do..thanks


JDK    Posted 06-22-2004 at 16:01:14       [Reply]  [No Email]
Just wild shot,but is she old enough to be sprouting horn buds and rubbin her head on somethin in the pen?..look at the pen material for tufts of hair.


Jen/FL    Posted 06-22-2004 at 16:12:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
She has been rubbing her head... rubbing on everything. THese are my first cows so I'm new to all this. She's 7 months old. She was born the day after Thanksgiving. My bull calf is 9 months old. I was wondering about the horn buds myself. Cause she keeps rubbing both sides but she's also rubbing her cheeks so I don't know if it's all relative or what. How old are calves when they start getting their horns?


JDK    Posted 06-22-2004 at 17:45:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
I would have to say that if they do not have well developed horn"buttons" by now,the must be from a polled(hornless)bloodline and will not get horns.Flies/insects attack the face and eye area of cattle,so that would my next"guess".If fly populations are high you need to keep area clean and dry and spray or elsewise treat the animals for insect pests and parasites.Also keep in mind that the more energy and time an animal spends scratching and uncomfortable,the less time they spend eating and growing.


Donna from Mo    Posted 06-22-2004 at 15:25:46       [Reply]  [No Email]
Looks like lice to me.


EngineerJoyce    Posted 06-22-2004 at 14:18:26       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Looks like a huge case of ring-worm to me. But it looks kinda calloused instead of raw. Hmmm...

...Man, I miss Fern - he would know for sure with this pic...


KellyGa    Posted 06-22-2004 at 12:35:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
Load them into your puter of course, they have to be JPG format, go to the photo gallery, click on add your photo, click browse, find your pic on your puter, add it. Then, if you want to post it here on a thread, you go back to the photoo gallery, click on your pic, highlight it, go to properties, click on that, it will give you an address, highlight that, copy and then post a message, and paste it on the Optional Image URL. Got it?? lol


Jen    Posted 06-22-2004 at 12:52:29       [Reply]  [No Email]

Here's a closer one.

Any ideas?


Jen    Posted 06-22-2004 at 12:45:36       [Reply]  [No Email]

okie.. here's one


eg    Posted 06-22-2004 at 12:33:05       [Reply]  [No Email]

try photobucket.com, it is real easy!


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