Of course I'm poofy ... RG brushes me almost every day. He better .....
The first time the pasture owner let cows in there, BL got pretty upset because always before it was beautiful horses and we didn't think there would be any "stinky, fly infested" cows close by.
Before long they broke through the fence and were all over our yard! 10 of them! Dairy cows - black and white.
We did not know who owned them and the pasture owner wasn't home. We herded back what we could and jerry-rigged the fence. BL got on the phone and finally tracked down the cow owners who came over toot sweet and got the other cows in and commenced to fix the fence. About now BL began to give those guys a piece of her mind ... but the older guy said, "Mam, this is farm country and you live where farming is done. Sometimes the smell and flies are unavoidable. Besides, these are female dairy cows just one year old and they are all pregnant. They will have their calves in November and then we will be able to milk them."
BL immediately adopted all the cows and got up every morning and counted to be sure they all were there!