A pair of alpacas are among the animals here in the Horse and Cattle Barn. They looked impatient for spring.
Two calves share a stall here. They're born in the last couple of months. They are siblings, of the Simmental breed of cow. One was up on their feet, the other having a rest. In this first shot, you can see the walkway used by workers to access the stalls.
Emma, also a Simmental, was born last year, and is in the neighbouring stall. She is in fact their sister, as the signage indicates all three had the same father and mother. The Farm handles breeding through artificial insemination.
A mother and calf were sharing a stall. Cleo is a three year old cow of the Blonde D'Aquitaine breed. Fernando was born this year. The signage cautioned that Cleo is a protective mother.
Another pair, calves by the look of them, were here with their mother.
And one more cow for today (with more tomorrow as we head over to the Dairy Barn).
This display dealt with the horse shoe process.
Back outside the barn, the horses were having lunch.
Late in my visit, with the skies clearing, I took additional perspective shots of this barn.