We have this cow...
Living here, we have met so many nice neighbors. They help out and it's just like neighbors should be. One of our new friends raises beef cattle and in December he had a heifer that looked like she might surprise us with a calf soon. Because of the weather, we took her over here, he only has loafing sheds and wanted to put her in our barn so that the weather didn't get to her and her "soon to be born" calf. Well, two months later, you can hear her laugh whenever I go into the barn. She gets her three meals a day, inside, a pen that is cleaned daily, all of the attention she could want. She's playing it for all it's worth. I was ready to get a bull, but yesterday I went out there and I think she might be in the family way. Her udder had filled out (again) and she was showing other signs. So I'm off to the barn to check on her and do chores. It's still -21 this morning. I hope she has her calf when it's warmed up some and I can scrape out her frozen pen first. Don't any of you let your cattle read this, they might get ideas.
From Glory Farm.