THE SECRET LIFE OF FARMERS

Most people believe that farmers spend most of their time counting up their millions in EU subsidy’s and grants, then for fun at the weekends drive tractors as slow as possible down the narrowest road they can find just to hold traffic up. Being a farmer is actually a little more difficult than that, you have to watch your animals for one thing, and without the aid of a sun brolly!!

I wonder if there’s an EU grant for a sun brolly?

By early afternoon everyone seeks shade.

Time for some Female bonding..

..Life on the farm.

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~ by travelswithmymotorbike on April 25, 2012.

14 Responses to “THE SECRET LIFE OF FARMERS”

  1. Think theres a grant for straw hats mate lol

    • Hi Stan,

      Women dont wait for grants mate they just buy stuff regardless lol…

      Cheers,

      Dave….

  2. Nice one,I’d neet wifi in the garden though 🙂

    • Hi Owen,

      WIFI in the garden is actually on my “To do” list along with a million other things!!

      Cheers,

      Dave…

  3. wifi and a cold beer is all that’s wrong here!!

    • Hi Phil,

      Hopefully when the patio and BBQ area finally get made we can remedy what is lacking lol…

  4. Uncle Dave:

    I love your model, you know . . . the one wearing that straw hat

    bob
    Riding the Wet Coast
    My Flickr // My YouTube

    • Hi Uncle Bob,

      A thousand apologies for the late reply, been mega busy doing a bit of building, a farmers wife modeling the lates Parisian fashion in straw hats lol…

      Cheers,

      Dave….

  5. I can see why you dont post much,your obviously so busy lol

    • Hi Graham,

      Looks like were doing nothing but those goats are bloody cunning I can assure you, cant take your eyes off them for a second!!

      Cheers,

      Dave….

  6. Such beautiful life you have x

    • Hi Donna,

      Its a beautiful life until you smell a goat…Then its not so beautiful lol…

      Cheers,

      Dave…

  7. Have your baby goats gone yet or are you still on goat watch duty?

    • Hi Gary,

      Not gone yet but soon, they are putting on 2kg per week, soon as they get to 25kg they will be gone!!

      Cheers,

      Dave…

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