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Welcome to the first Dexter cattle blog to disseminate information for members of the Purebred Dexter Cattle Association of North America (PDCA) and for those with a curiosity about Irish Dexter cattle, cattle in general, as well as news from the PDCA. Expressions of opinion are to not be regarded as expressing the official opinion of the PDCA unless expressly stated. Hopefully you will find something here of interest and don't overlook browsing through the archives. Comments are welcomed.

Friday, January 27, 2006


...with my picture taking but I did manage to get a few shots yesterday.

This wasn't the pose I was looking through the camera lens at but it does show this little bull calf's beefiness. He's also fuzzier during winter than the other calves so that may add to his beefy look.

He's a bit odd in that he walks around the pasture making low grumbling bull noises. What struck me with this pose was that he has his grandmother's flabby neck which gives him kind of a snubby nose look.

This was the bull calf's grandmother who died from cancer several years ago.

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