Oh that is funny!
Pretty safe to size up the competition from the safety of your own pasture :)
They're both bullish on themselves. Bully for you!
Besides, he's got earrings. :-)
"You're lucky this fence is holding me back, Bub!!!"~
Those are two handsome lads eyeing each other. Great post.
Well, the little one does have horns.
The little one is still just a kid. Give him time and he'll match the Angus. Have a great weekend Theresa,Hugs,JB
No competition here. I'll bet it was enjoyable to watch the challengers' expressions and stance.
I'm chuckling over that Angus with the white ring around it's nose! Could be in the milk commercial!
The brown one looks a lot nicer.Greetings,Filip
They do have such beautiful faces and amazing eyes !Have a nice weekend :)
they are gorgeous HUNKS... i love the face on the dwarf, with that painted muzzle.. of course i assume i would NOT be able to kiss that muzzle.
The fences are doing a good work.No fight today :)
They ARE Handsome!
Probably good that they have fences between them.
I think the little guy is kind of cute. But I wouldn't get in a pasture with either one of them. :-)
The competition between males of most species can be quite entertaining.
I'm putting my money same place as you!
Oh how funny. Reminds me of the time a very friendly pit bull visited us at another home and through the glass door, Harriet growled at him!!!
That's quite funny.
Good Morning Tex, they are handsome bulls. I think the dwarf breed is cute, I love his face.. Great shots! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!
Boys will be boys. Besides, little guy has some, er, horns or something. :-)
Great photos, Tex! I like the bare trees too.
I'm sorry, I keep seeing that butchers chart overlaid on these fine creatures.
Those fences do not look strong enough!
HA! I wouldn't want to be in the middle of the road when one came out the fence. :)xoxo
Oh yeah, the Angus looks like he could hold his own. Btw, google has dumped me off of everyone's follow list (argh). I don't understand what's up with them, but anyways that's why it looks like I just started following you.
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HI Tex Your words made me laugh. Two wonderful beasts. Have a wonderful weekend.
The Angus might win, but i bet the dwarf breed would make it a costly victory. Most little guys learn early to stand up for themselves!
what a load of bull.who knew such a rude comment would ever be appropriate?
Ha! A load of bull indeed!! Love those earrings!! Great start for my weekend!!
the comment before me is so funny!! I think they're really lonely, but trying to seem tough because that's what males do. LOL
Spring! It does mighty things....Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.comhttps://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com/sherlock-boomer
I hope that's a strong fence. They are big boys who might get angry.
Bonitas y simpáticas imágenes..un saludo desde Murcia...
Lovely bulls Tex!!Nice faces!!Like those earrings!!Have a happy weekend!Dimi...
Hmmmm...prob'ly best to keep them separated!
It's all in the mind of the bull isn't it. If you're small and think you're big...you are big. Hopefully they will never meet to settle this.
No male can accept he could lose. Good thing the fences are strong.
hehehe....that really sums it up, it looks serious!!!!
wow, they look like serious rivals!
I wonder what would happen if those fences came down. Take care and see you in three weeks when i return from vacation.
I don't think you'd want to annoy either of them. We get the odd Angus up here, but I've never seen the other one in a field here.
Oh too funny.Looking is ok one says but don't try anything.MB
At first the branches make it another antler;)))
Actually it's possible that they would form a close friendship.
I wouldn't want to see them fight ! : )
I love that first shot. The tree branches behind the bull's head make an impressive set of antlers...like a cross between a bovine and an elk or something. :)
they look so serious and dangerous
They look rather calm!
Yes, ditto to Linda at To Behold, those branches just add a little more majesty to the way he stands, very regal, and fine looking
It's very beautiful.
Those are some good-looking bulls! Love the little guy's horns!
That little one is a jersey bull. I put my money with him. They are, hands down, the meanest bull around. Never turn your back on a jersey bull and never go near one without a good escape route in mind.
I love those faces!
Well, the angus has an enormous temper. Don't mess with him.
Both are handsome fellows!
What do you mean these earrings make me look like a sissy! I dare you to come over here and say that again!
Good looking animals.
My money's on the angus, too!
Them some boys, alright. The 3rd one is uber-cute. They are all beautiful animals, serving a purpose.Nice collection of friends around town :)Have a Beautiful Day, Theresa!Peace :)
The one you think is a dwarf breed is an odd looking boy....
Wow, impressive ! Makes me wonder are these fences strong enough ?
Nice yellow earrings!
They both look like they could hold their own. I definitely do not want to be near either.
I guess big Angus can get away with those hideous yellow earrings.
We have a bunch of cows behind fences on our street. Our friend said when he was driving to our house, one had gotten out of the fence and was just wandering along the road. I don't know how that's possible, but it's a little scary. Hitting one of those would be even worse than hitting a deer!
Yep, my money would be on the Angus, too. The other guy is just a pretender. Funny!
Excellent photos. Either one. . . that's a lotta bull.
Those look like some happy cows.
I don't know- it looks like a close call- I think the angus is always going to be the tougher one, but the other guy has some mean looking eyes!
This too funny! Little guy's lucky there were fences between them...lol
These guys mean business! Quite a different set of photos. Hope your weekend is nice.
Your photos do justice to a pair of very handsome bulls! I like Brian King's comment :)
Beautiful critters! Funny on the cometary.
I like the way the smaller brown bull looks. A little different.
Now that's a lot of bull!!! Beautiful animals, Francine.
Heh heh! You caught a great expression on the third picture!
Beautiful animals. I like the little guy, but in a tangle - he wouldn't have a chance.
They look like trouble! I'd "steer" clear of them if I were you!! (sorry)
I would bet if they were put in the same pasture they would be friends. Maybe after a confrontation.
You said what I was thinking! My money is on the Angus, too, and that's no bull! Sorry, I couldn't resist! lol!
That Angus, with the way the branches of those trees behind him, looks like a devil bull. :)
Nice shots. They are ready of the fight.
Beautiful photos of the bulls!Happy weekend!
Nice bulls ! The black one is superb !
Looks to me like the brown bull with the horns is teasing the black bull about his yellow ear rings... :)
Dearest Theresa,Love the big Angus too and its lovely big eyes...Happy Sunday to you.Hugs,Mariette
Crazy matters more than size. ;)
It isn't the size of the bull in the fight, it's the size of the fight in the bull that counts!
Okay guys . . . what's your beef . . .
should be interesting watching them staring each other... first i was little confused with the fence though it isn’t a Thursday. nice capture
Dearest Theresa; I have a vague memory that my grandparents used to have a cow more than half a century ago p:-)The yellow tags on the Angus are quite an accent making it looks so cute♡♡♡ Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*
Those brown bull or I find very beautiful to see. Fortunately there is a fence between the two bulls :-)
I see steak!
They're both beautiful.
The stare down, I wonder who blinked first:@)
Whichever one your money's on, keep your distance and hope for GOOD fences.))
Beautiful shots and I would not want to be between them. But the brown guy has such gentle eyes.Hugs, CM
Hehehehe! I heard the one bull to the bull say, What's that hanging from your ears boy?
Nah, they can't be ear----rings!
That was fun. I think they are both fine looking bulls. I rather think the smaller one is dare I say....cute.
Just love the sweet face and eyes on that brown fella!
It's all fun and games as long as there's a fence between them. MJ used to love to bellow and throw dirt with the bull across the fence before my farm was my farm.
I'm pretty sure I wouldn't want to tangle with either one of them!
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