Life on a family dairy farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
I love the pictures of your herd; spent my childhood summers on my grandparents' farm, and used to hunt whitetail on a farm in the Midwest. We hunted whichever field the cattle weren't in. :)
Foolish is a good name, I think!
PS. . . in that video, above . . those are"cattle'' ?
(Messed up that link in my deleted post.)How can one not respond to those cows? Seems to me something's going on between those big brown eyes.Now. Some gentleman who shall remain anonymous was recently moved to serenade some cows (cattle) on their way to pasture during his visit to the country. Disclaimer: No animals were harmed during the making of this video.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4D1GcJozT7o&list=UUctt38MRDBn0YcJsF1hWIaQ&index=1&feature=plcp
Rev. Paul, thanks, I too have memories of a special farm from earlier days....Lisa, it fits here so well!Cathy, that is hilarious! And I have a pretty good idea who is singing. The looks on the faces of the cattle are so telling. Music critics, the whole lot of them. lol
Holsteins have huge heads.
June, Foolish is a huge cow. lol
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