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Re: Give those cows a badge

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:54 am
by greybeard
Txpiney wrote:I learned petty quick, that if I go out into the pasture at dark to let my cows hear my voice so they'll recognize me. It'll scare the crap out of you to hear them coming at you full speed in the dark :o


Even worse, when one eases up to you in the dark from behind. I have at least one that I'm pretty sure came out of the womb with 'stealth mode' option enabled.

Re: Give those cows a badge

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:26 am
by Txpiney
greybeard wrote:
Txpiney wrote:I learned petty quick, that if I go out into the pasture at dark to let my cows hear my voice so they'll recognize me. It'll scare the crap out of you to hear them coming at you full speed in the dark :o


Even worse, when one eases up to you in the dark from behind. I have at least one that I'm pretty sure came out of the womb with 'stealth mode' option enabled.

I could see how it could make one soil their self

Re: Give those cows a badge

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 10:42 am
by greybeard
Hook2.0 wrote:I got word last night they weren’t mine, but next to mine on the other side of the road.

Shouldn't be too hard to figure out if one has a smart phone with gps. From the video:

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Those coordinates plugged into Google Earth show this (I typed in what a more zoomed in shot indicated) Zoomed more, the parcel looks like it may have been a citrus grove at one time..neat rows still slightly visible going North to South)
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google earth view of the same place

Re: Give those cows a badge

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 1:50 pm
by Hook2.0
all the area was citrus. Sandy, sandy soil.

Re: Give those cows a badge

Posted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 11:13 pm
by NEFarmwife
Hook2.0 wrote:I’m trying to find out where this was, could have been my cows. I have about the same number on somewhat busy road. They come running like that because they think they’re going to get some cubes

My thoughts were, they thought he had some cow crack.