Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Meet our newest baby!

Everybody, meet our newest bull calf. Isn't he just the sweetest thing? Now, here is the problem. We are trying to think of a cute but manly name for him. You know, he is going to grow up to be big and strong ! If you have any ideas please leave it in the comment section! Even if you don't have any ideas I would still at least love to hear a "hello" from you.



Things are busy here. We will hopefully finish up our last field of wheat today. I am hoping that the weather holds out as it is clouding up.

Thank you to all my readers and followers for stopping by! :)

Pin It!

36 sweet chicks commented here:

Greg and Donna said...

Hercules!!

Donnie said...

I don't know why but he looks like a Julio to me. Hope the weather holds up to finish your wheat. My husband was raised in Beardstown, Il and they grew melons. It was always, too hot, too wet, too dry or something. It's a rough life but so worthwhile. I don't even want to think where our country would be without farmers. Thank you.

Deppenhomestead 1862 said...

The Maverick!or short The Mav!

Teresa

Deppenhomestead 1862 said...

The Maverick!Strong, but Cute!

Teresa

Connie said...

Hubs and I always loved the song Woolly Bully, sugar, so I'm suggesting Woolly. ;-)
xoxo,
Connie

Country Whispers said...

What a cute addition.
I'll have to think of some names. The first that came to mind was Buster but the kids are still pondering a name as they look at his picture.

Frazzled Farm Wife said...

Cute bull calf!
We finished wheat a few weeks ago and are working on silage now, hoping to finish up today with that!

small farm girl said...

The nameing of a bull is an important time in it's life. lol. My suggestion would be Bullferd.hehehehe

Steph said...

Manly, lol. I just watched some Little House on the Prairie and that was the nickname Laura gave her husband, Almonzo. I guess he could also be an Almonzo, haha.

Mikey said...

He's totally a Wallace. Wally for short.

Rainy Day Farm said...

What a cute little guy. He is adorable and looks like milk chocolate fudge. You could call him fudge.
Love your blog, it is fun to see your farm life.

Rainy Day Farm said...

What a cutie pie! I think he looks like warm carmel. You could call him Carl.
Love your blog and the goings on at your farm.

tberry29 said...

Hi, cute calf. How about "Buford" the Bullcalf..or "Cletus"
Have a great day ; )

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

Hey, kiddo!
Thanks for stopping by.
I love your calf. I'm thinking RUSTY!
Remember the story about Ferdinand the Bull? He sat in the shade sniffing flowers...... I loved that story when the kids were little.But I'm still thinking Rusty is a macho name, a cowboy name, a farm name.....
Yep! I vote for Rusty!
★Linda★

Before The Dawn said...

I had a steer named Sunshine. But that isn't too manly is it... ;)

Yay for new babies!

goatmilker said...

He is so cute. No matter how many we have they are still cute. You could name him Chase.

Julie said...

When I was a kid, one of my favorite books was "Ferdinand, the Bull." He should be named Ferdinand. Have a great day. Julie

Sharon said...

He is sure a cute addition. I'll have to think on the name.
Hope that the weather holds for you also.
We had some wicked storms here last night,.
Hugs

Farmchick said...

My daughter thinks he looks like a Brownie, but I think he looks too reddish for that. I like the other commenter's suggestion of Rusty.

Beth E. said...

Those are all cute names...I'm not very good this, so I'll just tell you what I like so far:

Wooly Bully cracked me up!

vivian said...

bull-winkle! ( I know, I know, bullwinkle was a moose...) lol.. but why could bullwinkle be a bull too?
anyways, he is a cutie!
hugs
vivian

Kelle said...

Hello, he is adorable, just gotta love calves! My picks would be Roe Hoe( red in Spanish) or Rigaletto, Rig for short!
Blessings,
Kelle

~Tonia said...

Solomon!! You know he had many wives and concubines!! He is so cute!

Amy Kinser said...

What a handsome fellow. If he is being raised for breeding purposes, then I think Romeo is fitting.

Love your blog.

Loafer Mountain Primitives said...

Looks like a little "Stud Muffin" to me! But I'd call him Hank!
Cute...
Tisha

City girl turned Country Girl said...

Aww he sure is cute!!! Sorry I can't help with the name game cause well quite frankly I suck at it LOL!!! But I liked some of the other suggestions!

Pyatshaw said...

What about Bruce--meaning "strong"?

carolyn@simple~primitive~devotion said...

Hi Tania! Your little bull calf is adorable. I was going to suggest Ferdinand, but I see several already have! :o)

Have a happy week!
~Carolyn

Renata said...

He is so cute - I love calves! I love the smell of their milk as well - it reminds me of winter mornings all bundled up feeding them!

I'm thinking Brutus!

Have fun
Renata:)

jdeere1 said...

My daughter's steer was named "Tank" this year! I also like "Powerstroke", "Diesel",
"Brutus"
Your bull calf is beautiful!

Twisted Fencepost said...

How about "Fluffy"! tee hee
That name would be misleading.
Then again, nevermind, it may make him meaner. LOL

Kathie Truitt said...

Brutus...definitely a Brutus.

I miss calving season.

Vickie said...

Hey, I have to agree with steph and say... Manly. I used to watch those Little House shows and think it would be a great name. lol Take Care :)

Anonymous said...

I definitely would have to agree with Rusty!! Strong name especially for a Bull!!

Sweet Blessings said...

He is soooo cute...is he a bottle calf??? I Love them at that age....happy name picking! Sweet blessings!

Carolyn (Harbor Hon) said...

I agree with Linda as I was thinking the name Rusty as soon as I laid eyes on him. xxoo