Now I will dump it's ass and use a mouse.
This is a happy organic Sassy Cow. She eats good food, spends a lot of time outside playing cow games and gets 3 hours of television every day.
This is an inorganic Pic-n-Save cow. Notice her angst. He gets no television and eats junk food.
Which cow would you rather have sitting next to your child at the kitchen table.
If you said the Sassy Cow you are wrong!!! you don't want either of these cows at your kitchen table. Cows have something coming out of every orifice 24 hours a day. How do I know this? I saw it with my own eyes.
A group of us went to the Sassy Cow Creamery (SCC) Friday night and took a fun hay ride to the barns where the cows are entertained by the humans keepers.
We arrived to find a large crowd enjoying the beautiful night in the truly beautiful country setting which surrounds the SCC
People were in line for root beer floats and pie and kids were on tiny tractors playing demo tractor derby.
However - I noticed security against terrorist trying to infiltrate the American milk production was lax so I made sure the group spread out as we approached and got a better idea of threats.
You can never be to cautious in these dangerous times.
After filling our belly's with floats and pie we boarded the "THE HAYRIDE TO HELL".
OK OK - it was not anything like that but it sounds cool - maybe they could have a Halloween event and have THE HAYRIDE TO HELL.
We boarded the trailer of hay and started snapping random bouncing photos like there was no tomorrow.
We traveled for the next seven hours (10 minutes) on "THE ROAD TO THE UNKNOWN"
During the ride several of the captives tried to escape from our group. Here is Cable Guy making a break for it but we ratted him out
The guy in charge of us (Robert) seemed like a good guy but you could tell there was danger in his eyes. Oh - he was another of the shifty Baerwolf men we met on our first trip to the Sassy Cow. Yea, this acorn did not drop to far from the tree for sure .
We nicked named him "Hairy Hand".
Once we got to the barns and unboarded Cable Guy took a cue from the cows and got comfortable.
Sorry - that was just too tempting.
I'll have more photos of the meet and greet with teh cows later this week.
The cows sleep on sand. Sassy owners said they were the most comfortable on sand.
I did not take many photos in the barn as I was too intent on trying to get a cow to interview but they seemed to have some agreement to not talk. I did get to pet one for a while on her nose but at the very end she snotted all over my arm and they ended that bit of wonderment.
The ride back to the Creamery was nice and the time was filled with riveting story's of lactating from Robert.
OOPS - THAT was Milo when I was not looking!!
The next time you see a Home brewed beer with a label. The label was probably put on the bottle with milk. Yup. milk makes a great glue for beer labels.
And that was about it. I'll have more cow photos later this coming week but I'm worn out and my beer is getting to a critical point in the brew.
I want to thank Sassy personal for their sense of humor and many of us once we got back to the Kurth Brewery in Columbus said THAT was fun!!!
Have a great day.