Many of you know that I like cows, and I’ve often joked that when I retire, I will stop along the road and take photos of cows as they enjoy their lives in the pastures. This trip did not allow me the time to stop and observe the cows, but I tried to capture them.
What really amazed me on this trip was that the ranchers have wading pools for their cows. The first time I saw it, I thought that I was imagining it. However, in the next few photos below, you can clearly see the cows boldly lounging in their pools.
Guess what the cow below is doing?
Somehow, I feel quite at home in Somerset, KY. Surprisingly, that’s where I have the most photos of cows.
I always thought that the white wooden fences were for horses, but these cows rated such fine fencing:
I was always told that you could tell how long the rain would last by the cows behavior, and I’ve watched enough cows to believe that to be the truth. When it begins to rain, if the cows run for shelter, that means it will be a brief shower. If the cows stay in the fields, then the rains will last a while. These cows were staying in the field: