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Lauren (14) in Australia emailed some photos of her 4 month old Holstein male calf, Jackson.
She bought Jackson when he was 2 weeks old and bottle raised him. Lauren is training
him to become a riding steer. She says,
"I have tricked-trained him to shake hands, bow, give kisses, spin in a circle, pick up
all his feet, stand up straight, change speeds form walk to trot to canter to an extremely
fast canter with me... We are the best of friends; I'm his mum andn he's my angel baby."
Jackson Shilo King
I love my mum!
Jackson does tricks
From the Goettemoellers:
This is brittany, my grand champion Ayrshire heifer. Ain't she cute?
Sent in by a cow fan, who says: "This is me when I was 7 with my grandfather's calf Sandy. I'm
11 now and Sandy is bigger too, but she is doing fine. She was my buddy, and
she liked me too."
Me and My Buddy Sandy
This from another cow-person...
Can You Please Just Let Me Drink My Water!!!
From "gregandsuz". the writer says, "This is Dolly. I raised her on a bottle from 6 days
old. She is now a little over a year. Dolly is a sweetie, more like a giant pet dog. She
loves to follow you everywhere, but she kinda scares my mom though when she comes running
Dolly Blowing Bubbles
Gene sent in the following, saying, "this is a picture of Bette Davis with her mom Audrey.
Bette is Audrey's pride and joy."
Bette Davis Eyes
This was emailed in by Charlene:
Charlene and Tiede with one of the dairy cattle on the family farm
Jackie wrote in about her encounter with a fabulous bovine...
"On a recent trip to Scotland, my mother and I suddenly found ourselves in the presence of
a very famous "Horny, Hairy Moo Coo" called "Hamish". Hamish has been in television ads,
movies and TV shows. When we met Hamish he was just hanging out for the treats we had for
him, but he let us have his picture first. Isn't he great!!!"
The sign reads, "Do Not Grab Hamish By The Horns"
Where are my cow treats?
"pamason" has sent some cute cow pix:
The twins sharing a kiss
My cow, Dory
Dory's calf, Corona
Donna sent these and writes that the first picture is of Terri. "She was one day away from
the meat truck, so I had to save her. She is 10 years. They could not get any more milk --
they said it was about 1 cup and that she could not be bred." The second picture is of
her "sister" Baby. "Baby has never worked before, she doesn’t know she's a cow."
Am I a cow?
"Vandeheyk" emailed pictures of some of the cows and calves on the farm:
Hey! What are you looking at, pal?
Just give me the hay already! (Pinzguar)
Hey girls, I was here first!
Fallon emailed these pictures of her Limousin bull and steer from Florida. She says
they love to play together!
Who you lookin' at?
Big brother vs. little brother
Dr. Immerheiser sent this picture of Mimi. The picture was taken in Molln, which is a
village near Salzburg, Austria. He writes that Mimi understands people when they talk
to her. And that she just had a beautiful calf.
Hello, I'm Mimi. What's your name?
"LeopardLover" emailed us these photos:
Can I come outside now?
I think I'll relax a bit, too
Cozying up inside
Herve previously told us about an interesting event that happens in Switzerland, and
he's sent us some new pictures of this year's happening. In
French it is called the "transumance," which is when the cows get out of the ranch and go
up into the mountains for the summertime. At this time, they naturally will fight to
establish the queen of the herd, and people gather to watch them. It is not a tournament
organized by people. And, the cows do not get hurt -- one of them will back down if she
feels things are getting too rough. Cows are not dumb! Besides they seem to spend most of
their time doing things like:
Rolling and pawing in the dirt
Standing around sporting some big cow bells
Grazing and admiring the view
And finally, doing some sparring
Check out the pictures of the previous
Beverly sent a picture of her daughter's calf, who is hanging out with his best friend:
Motley Moo and Bullseye
We received an email from the Goettemoellers that actually had 2 pictures although only
one of them came through OK (if you see this, feel free to resend the other one). This
little heifer got a ride:
She's a light as a feather!
Mary emailed a couple of pictures with her cow, Misty, in them. In the first one, Misty
is lying down. In the second, she's the Jr. Champion and she's
posing with the Jr. Reserved Champion of their 4H show.
Relaxing before the Big E 2005 show
We're the winners!
Kris and Beverly rescued Moofasa and previously sent two pictures of him as a little calf. (These
pictures are on further down on this Guest Cows page.) They sent
three more pictures of Moofasa, who's now a couple of months older. Beverly says, "He is
growing like a weed and thinks I am his mommy. So he wears a foal
halter, and we are in foal training on how to respect space :-)"
Hello, I'm Moofasa
Can I come out to see you?
I'm getting big!
Jessi from Waldron, Michigan, emailed some pictures of her "really awesome herd":
Me and Hanna
Just a little one!
David, who is a herdsman on a dairy farm in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, sent the next
I'm only 2 days old!
Already tired out and ready to rest...
Alyson sent these photos of her Brown Swiss twins:
Hershey Kiss and Taco at the Fair
Lukasz emailed these two pictures of "two beauties from Poland":
Bamba -- Polish Beauty
Probka -- Cute and Sophisticated
The folks at JD Farms emailed this photo of some handsome black Angus. They write,
"These are bulls, not cows, but they are very cute!" We agree!
The Three Amigos
Dan writes about this next picture, "My wife loves cows
but I don't think this is what she had in mind."
Cows come in all shapes and sizes
Kris and Beverly sent the next two pictures of "their baby". They wrote,
"We saved this young bull calf at auction from slaughter, his name is
Moofasa. He was so lonely the first night in our foal pen, we brought him inside
and he slept in our master bathroom. Now he is back outside in a calf pen
next to our horses. He calls us every morning to come give him his bottle.
We are in love :)"
Erin emailed this photo of a cow she took in Switzerland:
Enjoying My Surroundings
Ruth invited us to visit her website
The Farm in
Diggers Valley (New Zealand) and share a couple of pictures. She also
wrote that none of her cows or bulls has horns (for those of you who are
always wondering about cows having horns... some do, some don't -- and
the same is true of bulls).
Young heifers, Aberdeen Angus
2 new adult front teeth and the milk teeth still present
to send us your cow pictures.
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