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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Snow Tails~

Snow Tails

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mj said...

It's clear that they all know which direction to point when the wind blows!

Lee said...

My first visit here -- love your blog.

Great photos. Had never heard of "snow tails" before. Live & learn.

Thanks for visiting my blog. I'll definitely be back.

Cheyenne said...

Love that snow tail! Backs to the wind!

Great day!

Anonymous said...

they almost look like they backed into some white paint. Happy WW

The Sprollies 'n' Border Collies said...

So cute! Love the first one!

Shirley said...

Little bit of wind and snow there? Do those feeder boxes work well to keep them from flipping their hay out? My mares really scatter their hay.

lisa said...

That is about what it looks like here, at least for the moment ;)

Ed said...

Frosty buns..:-)

gtyyup said...

Shirley~My horses don't really toss their hay out, probably because they know that the wind will take it to the next county when they do. The wood feeder is big enough for them to separate the hay out and pick the parts they want to eat first. They just push it around inside the feeder.

The big tires work well too. The tires have a piece of plywood bolted to the bottom and the sidewalls are cut out of the tires (both top and bottom) too to make it easier for them to get at the hay. I can't even imagine how much feed we would loose if we didn't use the feeders because of the wind.

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Cheri said...

Fun shots. Sorry we missed the blog hop!

Cats of Wildcat Woods

Anonymous said...

Hi - I was just exploring the BlogPaws bloghop and noticed your cute tail shots. I grew up in Ohio with horses, so I'm familiar with "snow tails" : ) Thanks for sharing.

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