We had to go out early to check the newcomer cows because there was no water in the pens. This black cow was the first to come over to greet me. The others were behind brush so I didn't get a good picture. They are all calm but wasn't taking any chances. When John unlocked the gate they walked down the lane toward the stock tank full of water. To our surprise they kept walking without a sip of water. We found out later the young man who lives in the house had fixed a leak and filled the trough with water so they drank plenty. John said he didn't sleep well for worrying he had made a mistake. They might be fence crawlers. Maybe too many cows for the hot summer coming. He was down to twenty cows and add nine more new ones. Wouldn't have bothered him in the past. At one time he owned over a hundred on several leases. We drove around following them exploring their new home.