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Speaking of scared cows..


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Posted by Curmudgeon on April 21, 2004 at 18:02:53 from (207.42.111.254):

I should say scary cows. Watched the girls in the lot across the road worry a half grown raccoon to death the other day. Heard the mooing and bawling for quit some time and went for look see. Last time they did this there was a couple coyotes sniffing around and they didn't care for that with all the new borns. One ol momma ran right through a barb wire fence and a quarter mile up the road chasing them coyotes. Anyway back to the coon. Poor little critter would try to get away and they would run him down. He would lay on his back and smak their noses when they got to close. One ol gal snuck up behind him and put her head right on him and kinda twisted and bounced him around for awhile. Didn't move after that and the cows and calves just went back to grazing and nursing like nothing happend. Never seen anything like it.


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