Friday, June 29, 2012

Bringng Home a Cow

I'm trying to convince my loving husband Steve to let me build a barn and buy a cow. She's a lovely 3 year old Jersey and has calved before. But of course for the winter I'm going to need a dry place for her to sleep and plenty of good hay in the loft. She's living on PEI right now and so I'm thinking we will have a weekend away some time this summer and go meet her and check her over in person. What do you guys think? Her udder and conformation look good but I'll want to give her a rub down and make sure her teats are good. Price is $800 and she's bred to calve in March. I appreciate your opinions.

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