Who Needs An Alarm Clock When You Live In The Country?


| 9/9/2016 9:12:00 AM


Ginnie BakerPeople who live in a large city assume that all is peaceful and quiet out in the country.

They should come out here and spend a few days and nights; they’d soon find out it’s pretty noisy!

At calving time, there is a lot of “mooing” as the calves begin arriving. My neighbors raise beef cattle and have a good sized herd with a lot of calves expected each spring.

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The calving began a couple of weeks ago so there is a lot of noise associated with their births! The calves arrive anytime, day or night, so the mooing is a constant sound until they all arrive.



Coyote and pup
Photo by Fotolia/hkuchera





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