A Wyoming cow-horse-goat-cat-dog-farm-ranch-garden-outdoors blog
Monday, December 22, 2014
In bovine society, it's not uncommon for cows to leave their calves in the custody of a few babysitters while they graze elsewhere. I've always wondered if such guardians are appointees or volunteers and if, over the course of time, everyone in the herd takes her turn at the post. Regardless, I'm impressed that cows can manage their affairs and assignments so seamlessly--without the benefit of calendars, e-mail, and leadership training!
These two Red Angus beauties were recently on nanny duty in the Downing ranch's fall calving herd in Fort Morgan, Colorado.
"He who keeps you will not slumber." ~Psalm 121:3 (NKJV)