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Cows out to grass :) Springtime on Ayrshire dairy farm

Posted on 20 August 2015 by admin

Cows went out to graze grass this year on 5th May- 2 weeks later than last year. It’s been a very wet sunless winter. It’s great to see the sun again – Hopefully it will be a long hot dry summer.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

13 Comments For This Post

  1. MsTronico Says:

    This is great, i love the cows that stand staring at the camera wondering what your up to, very refreshing to see this, beautiful, happy healthy cows, the way these animals should be treated! Well done

  2. timeinyourshoes Says:

    damn, those cows look skinny! do yall ever feed them?

  3. maycolBlueMagic Says:

    Beautiful video, kinda makes me hungry.

  4. zuluti Says:

    Totally enjoyed this…reminds me of rural Georgia.

  5. holsteincowboy Says:

    Ayrshires grazed here many years ago Filmed in Ayrshire Scotland

  6. RideTheSlide Says:

    Sooooooooooooooo, where are the Ayrshires? Or are you in Ayrshire, Scotland?

  7. elmontro161 Says:

    how many bottles of milk a day can u get out of them?

  8. Socksee Says:

    Beautiful ! Thank you for uploading this !

  9. Mattygerken Says:

    I Love Watching Our Cows Go Out For The First Time Of The Year. Its Great

  10. scottred1234 Says:

    nice herd of cows m8 nd looks like your gona have some good silage by the looks of the grass. . .

  11. ConradoPino Says:

    Don`t complaint about wet weather. Here, in argentina, we are having the driest season of the last 40 years. Most dairy farmers have no grass, no silage left and only 1/4 of the maize silage that was in the budget for next season. It will a hard year the one ahead for us. Cheers

  12. zozolelapin Says:

    this has got to be the nicest pasture i ve seen in a long time … where i am from … there are no real pastures ! cause of no rain falls … i ve tested an artificial pasture (irrigated)… but man !!! WEEDDSSS everywhere … got screwed … guess this year my cows will get some more oat / barley silage … : ( how in the hell did you get that so nice pasture ? good job

  13. holsteincowboy Says:

    It’s going to be tight Hoping for a early spring 🙂 I have purchased straw , tatties and carrots to make it last a bit longer. Silage is very expensive this year in this area Seems a lot of farmers are going to run out before spring

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Categorized | Videos

Cows out to grass :) Springtime on Ayrshire dairy farm

Posted on 20 August 2015 by admin

Cows went out to graze grass this year on 5th May- 2 weeks later than last year. It’s been a very wet sunless winter. It’s great to see the sun again – Hopefully it will be a long hot dry summer.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

38 Comments For This Post

  1. MsTronico Says:

    This is great, i love the cows that stand staring at the camera wondering what your up to, very refreshing to see this, beautiful, happy healthy cows, the way these animals should be treated! Well done

  2. timeinyourshoes Says:

    damn, those cows look skinny! do yall ever feed them?

  3. maycolBlueMagic Says:

    Beautiful video, kinda makes me hungry.

  4. zuluti Says:

    Totally enjoyed this…reminds me of rural Georgia.

  5. holsteincowboy Says:

    Ayrshires grazed here many years ago Filmed in Ayrshire Scotland

  6. RideTheSlide Says:

    Sooooooooooooooo, where are the Ayrshires? Or are you in Ayrshire, Scotland?

  7. elmontro161 Says:

    how many bottles of milk a day can u get out of them?

  8. Socksee Says:

    Beautiful ! Thank you for uploading this !

  9. Mattygerken Says:

    I Love Watching Our Cows Go Out For The First Time Of The Year. Its Great

  10. scottred1234 Says:

    nice herd of cows m8 nd looks like your gona have some good silage by the looks of the grass. . .

  11. ConradoPino Says:

    Don`t complaint about wet weather. Here, in argentina, we are having the driest season of the last 40 years. Most dairy farmers have no grass, no silage left and only 1/4 of the maize silage that was in the budget for next season. It will a hard year the one ahead for us. Cheers

  12. zozolelapin Says:

    this has got to be the nicest pasture i ve seen in a long time … where i am from … there are no real pastures ! cause of no rain falls … i ve tested an artificial pasture (irrigated)… but man !!! WEEDDSSS everywhere … got screwed … guess this year my cows will get some more oat / barley silage … : ( how in the hell did you get that so nice pasture ? good job

  13. holsteincowboy Says:

    It’s going to be tight Hoping for a early spring 🙂 I have purchased straw , tatties and carrots to make it last a bit longer. Silage is very expensive this year in this area Seems a lot of farmers are going to run out before spring

  14. MsTronico Says:

    This is great, i love the cows that stand staring at the camera wondering what your up to, very refreshing to see this, beautiful, happy healthy cows, the way these animals should be treated! Well done

  15. timeinyourshoes Says:

    damn, those cows look skinny! do yall ever feed them?

  16. maycolBlueMagic Says:

    Beautiful video, kinda makes me hungry.

  17. zuluti Says:

    Totally enjoyed this…reminds me of rural Georgia.

  18. holsteincowboy Says:

    Ayrshires grazed here many years ago Filmed in Ayrshire Scotland

  19. RideTheSlide Says:

    Sooooooooooooooo, where are the Ayrshires? Or are you in Ayrshire, Scotland?

  20. elmontro161 Says:

    how many bottles of milk a day can u get out of them?

  21. Socksee Says:

    Beautiful ! Thank you for uploading this !

  22. Mattygerken Says:

    I Love Watching Our Cows Go Out For The First Time Of The Year. Its Great

  23. scottred1234 Says:

    nice herd of cows m8 nd looks like your gona have some good silage by the looks of the grass. . .

  24. ConradoPino Says:

    Don`t complaint about wet weather. Here, in argentina, we are having the driest season of the last 40 years. Most dairy farmers have no grass, no silage left and only 1/4 of the maize silage that was in the budget for next season. It will a hard year the one ahead for us. Cheers

  25. zozolelapin Says:

    this has got to be the nicest pasture i ve seen in a long time … where i am from … there are no real pastures ! cause of no rain falls … i ve tested an artificial pasture (irrigated)… but man !!! WEEDDSSS everywhere … got screwed … guess this year my cows will get some more oat / barley silage … : ( how in the hell did you get that so nice pasture ? good job

  26. holsteincowboy Says:

    It’s going to be tight Hoping for a early spring 🙂 I have purchased straw , tatties and carrots to make it last a bit longer. Silage is very expensive this year in this area Seems a lot of farmers are going to run out before spring

  27. MF2904wd Says:

    I think your land is fairly similar to ours,plenty of grass growth but not good enough to travel until late March early April on a normal year.How is your silage holding up?(Quantity,quality)

  28. deere6920 Says:

    nice to see they went out in the end a thing ours out out about the 12th on may 2008 they like it when they get to eat fresch grass

  29. holsteincowboy Says:

    Things are looking up a little bit 🙂 Cows are back out at pasture during the day and cut some silage today which should have been cut 6 weeks ago
    Thanks for asking
    John

  30. orbit15 Says:

    how are you holding up? Did the rain ever quit? B

  31. orbit15 Says:

    hang in there buddy, the grass is usually not greener on the other side of the world (or island). It has been quite dry here in southern Minnesota, getting some much needed rain here as I write this, the lawns are brown and the corn leaves were curling. Soybeans look a bit stunted, but I think our corn crops will be ok.

  32. holsteincowboy Says:

    Hi, Incidence of lameness is always high at springtime and then declines during summer Cows are back inside the barn until May 09 due to wet pasture conditions This has been the wettest August for more than 100 years. I wish i could leave the UK and emigrate to another country that gets less rain !! This endless rain is so depressing 🙁

  33. orbit15 Says:

    nice herd, though I did notice a few more lame cows than in many of your other videos. thanks for posting. B

  34. denie178 Says:

    crazyily enough thats practically in my best friends back garden.. its bout 20 mins away from me!! maybe if i found some gold i cud buy dad a jcb loader! ya thats my cows alri.. no we only show the odd calf but i show for my neighbour n i love it av so many friends in the holstein clubs n its great to meet ppl like that.. u cant beat de craic at de shows n being completely wrecked after two nite lying on a bale of hay wit cows! 🙂

  35. holsteincowboy Says:

    Would love a new jcb with grab -Will have to save up 🙂 I farm in partnership with dad and brother. Don”t show cattle Do u show cows ? Is that your cows pictured on your YB channel page ?
    I see in my newspaper today that gold worth 570 million has been discovered in Ireland on a farm near a village called Clontibret Maybe there is gold under your green pastures LOL

  36. denie178 Says:

    ur cows goes in early i think our cows over here b out longer than yours n we r in a fairly northen part of de country! do u farm on ur own r with family? ya keenan feeders r the best dad is goin to buy feeder this yr but he wants a tub n a jcb n a new grab! list is endless when u start buying! do u bring ne cattle to shows?

  37. holsteincowboy Says:

    In at nite September and full time early Oct. If it is wet it will be sooner. We don’t have a feeder but our neighbour has a keenan and is very happy with it

  38. denie178 Says:

    we had our cows out on the 21 arpil this year just in the day time n den out at nite on 26th.. weather was gud here round that time then got worse round early may. ya summer seems to fly by.. when your cows come in for winter? do u have a diet feeder??

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