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Cows Need Love, Too

Those of you who have been following me for a while know that cows intrigue me. They always have. Maybe I was a farmer in another life.

The thing about cows that I find most interesting is how they always look at you when you stop to say hello. Whether you actually speak or not. They’re curious critters.

Here’s further proof of their inquisitive nature. This video has to be one of the coolest I’ve seen for a while.

According to the PetFlow.com blog, which is where I saw this,

An American jazz brass band touring in France pulls over next to a pasture and puts on a performance for the cows. Literally. For the cows.

I find the video inspiring. I always thought it was cool to stop and talk to cows. Next time, I’ll have to sing.

What genre do you think they’d like most. Country, pop, or rock?

How now, ole cow?

5 Comments

  1. May 15, 2014    

    Kathy:

    I think cows are smarter than we think. and they know they are just waiting for the . . . end. I think it would be better to be a skinny cow than a plump one. It’s sort of sad when I see them

    Not much different than being a lobster in a fish tank in front of a seafood restaurant

    bob
    A weekend photographer
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    Riding the Wet Coast

    • May 16, 2014    

      Many of those plump cows are dairy cows. I don’t think they know their days are numbered.

  2. May 15, 2014    

    Given the background of the last photo, maybe alpenhorns

  3. ToadMama's Gravatar ToadMama
    May 16, 2014    

    Good one, Richard.

  4. May 16, 2014    

    I want video of you singing to the cows. You could sing them Mooooon River.

    I chuckled when we stopped to look at cows on Sunday as they all had to come check out what Brad was doing. There was a hot wire on the other side of the fence so they couldn’t get too close though.

    Shame they’ll all end up as pet or people food.

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