The Charolais Ladies.
I'm eagerly anticipating the arrival of these lady's babies. I told Clint that I want to know when the first one arrives, because I can't wait to see their bright white newness against the hills and meadows they now call home.
Hopefully they'll have them without any difficulty.
We think we've mated them to the best bulls to help them calve easily, and produce high quality calves.
And we won't worry when Kerri gives us a hard time about the color of their new babies.
We can take it, and love them all the same. Even when their bright white fades to a pale cream.
So ladies, I hope you enjoy these last few days of peace and quiet. Soon you'll have a new baby to look after, tend to, and keep track of.
Have I told you how much I can't wait to see them?
PS - I know this is new country to you too. Just so you know, the babies here like to hide in the sagebrush and along the fences. But since you spent a lot of time in desert before you came here, I know you'll be pros at finding them when they decide to play Hide & Seek.