Monday, March 30, 2015

No Bull

You would be surprised at how many people think an animal of the bovine family with horns is a bull. This cow does not belong to John. We spotted her near a fence on one of our country road rides and she was agreeable to pose.

12 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

what a great spread she has!

TARYTERRE said...

WOW those are some horns. Pretty lady.

Karen S. said...

Wow, i wouldn't want to spoil her day!

Leilani Lee said...

Wow! Serious horns. I assume that a famous "Texan Long horn"? None of people here who raise cattle have them. Sort of a funny story. Small herd of young steers and heifers are grazing in a pasture where I walk the dog. She goes into a barking frenzy when she sees them, only instead of running away, they surge toward the barbed-wire and stand there in a group watching her. Well, it was funny. I guess you had to be there.

jack69 said...

Come on, I know a lot of ladies with horns! LOL,, Just a little joke ( I know very little!) Well Lucy don't be around to pick on.
I love to see Long Horn Cattle, but I would hate to work them, would SKEER me.

TexWisGirl said...

i linked this one in, too! :)

Margaret Adamson said...

WOW! Very impressive horns.

Felicia said...

i wouldn't want to make her mad.

cows do have horns but we clipped them on the females when we lived on the farm.

eileeninmd said...

Cool capture of the longhorn, they are neat looking cattle. Great shot!

Ida said...

She's got amazing horns. It just seems with horns that impressive that they would belong to a bull.

Spare Parts and Pics said...

That's quite a pose!! Great photo.

Kathy said...

Now that's a real longhorn. A lot of people around here think they have longhorns when in fact they're just that Zebu breed that has been crossed with other breeds.