Saturday, February 27, 2016

This Little Lady Got Into Trouble

She got her horns nipped off recently. She was hooking the other girls in the belly with her long pointed horns. Two fellow cows lost their baby. John thought Mrs. Longhorn was injuring them and making them lose their baby so he and his daughter took some of the weapons off. She doesn't care. We haven't seen our Buzzard pet in two days. I'm thinking the young man who lives in the house may have  destroyed it because they have a little boy who plays all over and may have been afraid of it.

8 comments:

S. J. Qualls said...

LOL! I read your title and thought the 'little lady' in trouble was you for going and checking out the place with the 4 small buildings! I don't know if I can feel bad for the horn cut ... Is she normally a bad cow? Sorry to hear about her victims.
Aw, No buzzard, too bad.

Paula said...

No, she is not normally a bad cow or he would have had her at the auction long ago. lol

salemslot9 said...

no bad cows

jack69 said...

OKAY that confirms mama's old statement, "Imma conna trim your horns."

LOL NOW, I Never 'knowed' but one person who missed a buzzard! LOL

HOOTIN ANNI said...

So, "Elvis has left the building", huh?

As for the horns being cut...first, wondering...does it hurt? Not as much as being gouged in the stomach/uterus with 'em tho, I'm sure.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

ps....Bud says to me after asking the 'dumb' question about pain...."Ask her". lol

TexWisGirl said...

terrible about the calf loss.

Rose said...

I hope the nipping the horns solves the problem...