Jody, oh you lucky gal!!! I can't wait to see pictures of your Rosie, and you know ding dang well that I am very envious of you. I picture that yummy fresh, raw milk in the spring when she is freshened. Oh man, if only I lived closer, I could get my dose of raw cow's milk daily, you know, the milk that I would give my kingdom for. Pleeeze, take some pictures soon....I can't wait!!!
Cow pies. I remember my Grandma had Daisy.....as a child I can remember those great cow pies in the field. It always enthralled me. Now that may sound strange, but I clearly recall being absolutely astounded by these beautiful pies that the cow made for us in the field. Funny thing. I don't remember feeling that way when our Candy girl used to make pies, as an older young woman. Wonder why I was so interested as a child.
I love the smell of cows' breath. I have spoken before about loving the smell of their breath (along with the smell of horse breath too, and oh yes, puppy breath) (puppy's have a particularly attractive smelling breath to me, anyone that has had puppies knows this common smell and it is very cool!!!). I love to watch the cow chew on its cud.....that jaw moving motion that they do, I think they may burp alot too. I know that I saw on Discovery channel that sheep expel more gas through burping than Carter has pills, hee, hee. Ooops, I am ramblin' going off topic, sorry Jody, you bring out the worst in me, hee, hee.
Enjoy that cow that will provide you milk. How long would it take you to drive half way to my house me driving the other half to get some of that milk one day, hee, hee. Don't think I will be able to get a cow for some time, they are so expensive. Tell me again, what breed is she? I remember that you said some kind of weird name at Brian's, just cannot bring the recall back. She is a miniature too, right? Have that most beautiful day, lovin' those cow pies!!! Cindi