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My grandson is always driving me crazy wanting pictures of farm animals. I find him all I can because he lives in town and loves them so,but now he wants me to find enough to cover a table-top that is made out of plywood. Can anyone give any suggestions, I've looked everywhere I know to look,and I don't want to just keep duplicating the same pictures over and over.Thanks for any help.
-- Tim (email@example.com), February 17, 2002
Tim, Do you have a printer that you could print pictures off on? I know of afew countrysiders who would send you pictures via the net or even through the mail. I know I have several extra copies here, what is your address? Or are you looking for more professional photos? Let us know.....
-- Suzanne (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 17, 2002.
For poultry order a few catalogs from hatcheries. For cattle order catalogs from ABS and other semen distributors. Contact the american angus association and other breed associations and they will send you info packets loaded with photos and animal artwork. There must be similar catlogs for hog, sheep, and goat organizations.
-- Oscar H. Will III (email@example.com), February 17, 2002.
SORRY, I DIDN'T NOTICE TILL MY WIFE BROUGHT IT TO MY ATTENTION THAT I HAD NOT PUT E-MAIL ADDRESS IN CORRECTLY. IT'S SUPPOSE TO BE......... ...firstname.lastname@example.org..SORRY I LEFT THE 50 OUT EARLIER!
-- Tim (email@example.com), February 17, 2002.
-- Dave (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 17, 2002.
Tim, many of the specialty websites have beautiful pictures you can copy right off the net. As a fore-instance, The Poultry Connection has links that will take you to sites that have 100's of pictures, like Feathersite for instance. So I would guess that Goat, Bovine, Porcine and Equine places might do that also? Other sources would be Agricultural branches of Universities. Just a thought. LQ
-- Little Quacker (email@example.com), February 17, 2002.
also,ake them fairly large they will cover more area on the table?!?!
-- Novina in ND (firstname.lastname@example.org), February 18, 2002.
Our local library sells used magazines that people donate. 25 cents each. Great way to recycle! And I never realized there were so many different magazines! (Maybe you can suggest it if your library doesn't already do it.) Good Luck!
-- CindyWells (email@example.com), February 21, 2002.