Winter Cows

It snowed some more today. Just looking at the cows standing out in it makes me cold. The pigs stick indoors, only coming out to eat, but the cows prefer to eat their way to warmth. That crabby cow looking at the camera is Missus Hamilton.

The hay that’s spilled on the ground around the bale feeder won’t go to waste. Over the winter the cows will drop their “pies” on it, trample it, and mix everything together. Next summer Matt will haul it out of there and pile it up to compost. Come fall it will be spread on the garden.

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4 Responses to Winter Cows

  1. That must be what’s buggingMissus Hamilton.All that good food going to “waste”..

  2. That Missus Hamilton is a dead ringer to a good old cow we have. By the way, nice looking bunch of cows!Tom

  3. Rachel says:

    Missus Hamilton. What a nice name for a cow! It looks dreadfully cold, burrrr…..glad you make use of the compost though. That kind of compost can’t be beat!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Nice looking animals!! Missus Hamilton looks to be real happy, as do the rest of the cows. Reminds me of our happy winter cattle. lol.

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