Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Crowns of Shame



You've undoubtedly seen the dog shaming photos around. Well, here are a couple of cow shaming pics. You can tell that these two, Laramie and Bama Breeze, have been out by the crowns of burdocks on their heads. Burdocks don't get a chance to grow in cow pastures because they eat them. The edges of hay fields are another story. 

These ladies have been out! Shame on them. Or shame on the deer, who work all night breaking the electric fences down, time after time.

6 comments:

farmlady said...

There they go.... cows blaming the deer. It's just like Washington DC.
I love "Dog Shaming" and the cows are even funnier.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh deer! (Maybe the cows are bribing them to let them out!)

Cathy said...

OK. I was looking at the pictures thinking . . dang . . I'm too embarrassed to admit that I don't know what those protuberances are on their heads . . Ahahahahahahahah!!! Baaaaaaad cows. Bad !

threecollie said...

Farmlady, we laugh and laugh at dog shaming because nearly every one of them could describe Becky's Gil. lol

Sallie, wow, I hadn't thought of that! I'll bet yer right!

Cathy, you should see their tails!! More than one switch has been visited by my barn scissors this week. I was wishing I had the camera last night because Egypt and Dublin had so many burrs each one's tail was stuck to the other one's. It was like they were holding hands via tails. Hell to get switched with one though! All we do is pick them out of our hair after they nail us.

Cathy said...

I've rarely had to deal with those dang burdocks . . a couple times in dogs and a few in shoelaces. Hate 'em.

But to get switched with a cow-tail full?
Dang!

Terry and Linda said...

Cow clips! Shame on those girls...hair always tells!!!

Linda
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