Welcoming Our Second Jersey Cow


| 3/31/2015 4:12:00 PM


Candi Johns

 

 

A fellow Kentucky Cattleman member called me a week ago. He is an older gentleman who raises Black Angus beef cattle. He shared with me that he had a Jersey cow who needed a loving home. He explained that he couldn't take care of this Jersey.

Rosie and her baby girl



To make a long story short, we, of course, said, "Yes," and now have ourselves a second Jersey cow.  

Candi
10/2/2015 12:48:31 PM

Life is better with cows! :)


MulberryAcresFarm
4/3/2015 8:03:58 AM

Love your post! My Daisy's udder is more high than low making milking easy. She is such a sweetheart at milking time I just pull my stool up beside her and milk - no ties or stanchions needed. She just stands there - unless I didn't bring her something to eat then she has a tendency to wander a bit but always moves back to me if I give her a nudge.






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