One of the first things you might see is a gate, a cow, and some baler twine. I think I pretty well covered all that in this one picture.
This gal was a bit nervous and backed off when I got too close, but cows are curious and they don't go too far before they stop and watch you.
And when you have animals you have feeders. Pops moved this feeder from Black's Field into the horse pasture today.
Here's a close-up. The feeders are mainly used for the bulls, and the horses when they are in a corral.
Then there's this thing. Any idea what it is? I never did figure it out and had to asked Hubby. It's a "cow scratcher," the cows rub themselves on it, and sometimes it has medicated liquid in the top of it that runs down onto the cows as they scratch themselves.
These heavy logging truck tires are tied together so they can be used for smearing. After having the cows in a pasture for awhile it gets covered in manure, you hook the tires to a tractor and drive 'round and 'round until the manure is smeared and smoothed down on the field.
And of course you'll see fields, pipes, old trucks (that still run) and a ton of hay.
Speaking of things that still run... you'll often see old pieces of equipment that surely must be abandoned. But they're not, this thing still runs... sometimes. It's a 1950ish (I'm guessing) combine for doing grain.