Please enjoy "Quite a Mooving Video" (A little less than 2 minutes of the country life)
I haven't counted, but there are, I think, 18 Belted Galloways (16 are traditionally marked, 1 is a redhead (OK, kinda fawn really) and 1 is kinda in between) and there is 1 Milking Devon (The one with the horns).
|I knew what this was about right away |
But maybe I'm a cheat, being on livestock judging teams throughout my teen years
|Never heard or seen of them.|
They're kinda bumblebeeish.
|I've heard of them being called Oreo cows.|
|we have a farm that has belted galloway's I think when the calfs are born they are all black? I have to ride over and see if I am remembering correctly Dawn do you know?|
|Babies are belted. One of our neighbors raised them...so cute!|
Here's a picture, from the Beltie web site:
|I know scale is hard to judge in the video but the last group of animals were all this year's calves. All belted. One redhead.|
|How cute that they go single-file, like cows on parade!|
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