This week the milking cows are taking their morning feed (4am to 12 noon) in the paddocks in front of my house. I so look forward to this part of the grazing rotation which at this time of the year comes around every 14 to 18 days.
Now the cows seem to know I have a new camera and are doing their best to provide the rural idyll but this morning things were a little too perfect.
Firstly there was this
that was fine. Then there was long lingering looks like this
Then there was thousands (never let the facts get in the way of a good story) of looks like this
Quick turn on of the tap at the kitchen sink confirms my suspicions lots of thirsty looking cows means broken water trough. Michael to the rescue once again
You are our hero Michael – shame about the shorts
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hahahahah, but he’s got the grin and the pose to match! What time do the cows get milked first up?
its 4am 12noon and 8pm You will be pleased to know that different people work all these shifts and we are slowing things down between now and Christmas so the staff can enjoy the festive season with their families
Love that grin! Can we borrow him, please?
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