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    2 Today's photo: Cow

    Must be India. Just thought it was funny. And the obvious question is........




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    Might as well just butcher it right there. Cows can climb UP stairs without too much of a problem, but they DON'T go back down worth a damn.

    A few times over the years we had animals climb the stairs into the haymow... we have a door on the bottom, but kids and hired help weren't always good about keeping it closed. Every time, the only way we could get them back down was to get them backed up to the stairs, and then literally shove them down backwards. That was an enclosed stairwell, though, and a single flight. The cow in the pic isn't coming back down without a harness and block and tackle... or a helicopter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by summerthyme View Post
    Might as well just butcher it right there.

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    GASP!! They would never do that in India...might be a relative But that is a funny picture...lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by summerthyme View Post
    Might as well just butcher it right there.

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    Well, since they worship cows.....
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    Thus the high cost of beef.
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    Actually I saw that picture on TV some time ago and they did get that cow down the stairs. I don,t remember if it came down front wards or ass backwards.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    Actually I saw that picture on TV some time ago and they did get that cow down the stairs. I don,t remember if it came down front wards or ass backwards.

    Good to know. Internet is passing it around like it's new.

    Thanks, Taz.


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    According to Kalika, cows in India can manage to get down stairs. They may not like it much, and this one may have needed some "encouragement", but they can do stairs.
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    Just taking a dip in the old water tank.

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    Not a cow altho it is bovine in species. Look closely folks, it's a bull. No udders but male paraphenalia....


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    hey look.. I can see my pasture from here

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    It's their High Cow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mountain View Post
    According to Kalika, cows in India can manage to get down stairs. They may not like it much, and this one may have needed some "encouragement", but they can do stairs.
    Small bit of horseradish does the trick
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marthanoir View Post
    Small bit of horseradish does the trick
    Applied to which end?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mountain View Post
    Applied to which end?
    The rear, and then RLF
    Si vis pacem para bellum.

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    would love to see the video of cow going up.
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    Just give it a little push......

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    Bull, not cow.
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    I'm sure many of our American customs seem funny as hell to people of other cultures too, but come on......

    Holy Cow!


    Holy Cow getting ready to make Holy Shit


    Holy Shit! It brings good luck to children
    Parents have been rolling their children in cow dung in an Indian village They believe the manure brings children good luck and a healthy life





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    Cow paddies mixed with straw are worth good money and are sold on Amazon and EBay in India as fuel.

    NEW DELHI: With the holiday season in full swing, Indians are flocking to the online marketplace in droves. But there's one unusual item flying off the virtual shelves: Cow dung patties are selling like hot cakes.
    While the patties — cow poop mixed with hay, made mainly by women in rural areas and used to fuel fires — have long been available in India's villages, online retailers including Amazon and eBay are now reaching out to the country's ever-increasing urban population.
    Some retailers say they're offering discounts for large orders. Some customers are asking for gift wrapping.

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    Why has she got her face covered up lf the stuff is so wonderful????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Border Guns View Post
    Why has she got her face covered up lf the stuff is so wonderful????
    Hey, it pays the bills, but I don't think I would want to shake hands with her.
    After those pictures I don't feel so bad anymore spreading bags of BlackCow from Home Depot on the lawn anymore. Still breaking up those big clumps by hand isn't fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Owl View Post
    Not a cow altho it is bovine in species. Look closely folks, it's a bull. No udders but male paraphenalia....
    Ding! Ding! We have a winner!

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    you want to get the walking steaks to go down the stairs then you need one of these..







    it will mooooove quick
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    Quote Originally Posted by byronandkathy2003 View Post
    you want to get the walking steaks to go down the stairs then you need one of these..







    it will mooooove quick
    Maybe for short, straight staircases. Using one of those on that poor guy at the top of the water tower might make him panic and jump the railing, or misstep while trying to navigate that spiral stair. I've seen way too many bovines in India that were dealing with some sort of injury that no one ever seems to take care of. All of India suffers under a low-strength SEP Field (cf. Douglas Adams).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinkelsteinsmom View Post
    would love to see the video of cow going up.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Owl View Post
    Not a cow altho it is bovine in species. Look closely folks, it's a bull. No udders but male paraphenalia....
    So what is the generic term for bovines? I've always just called both sexes "cows". The plural is cattle, but the singular is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mountain View Post
    So what is the generic term for bovines? I've always just called both sexes "cows". The plural is cattle, but the singular is?
    It's cow... at least to any farmer or rancher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Mountain View Post
    So what is the generic term for bovines? I've always just called both sexes "cows". The plural is cattle, but the singular is?
    Quote Originally Posted by summerthyme View Post
    It's cow... at least to any farmer or rancher.

    Summerthyme

    Out here they're called cows if they're females, heifers if they haven't bred yet, steers if they're castrated, and bulls if they're intact. And lil ones are called calves.

    If you call a male bovine a "cow" around these parts you'll get yourself laughed out of the county. No one round these parts goes to a cow riding event, it's bull riding.

    ETA and a mixed group is simply referred to as cattle!
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    A happier cownterpoint...

    http://www.chonday.com/Videos/hapycoeneterl5

    Cows Dance Onto Grassy Field After Living Indoors for 5 Months
    After living inside their stables for the past five months, to stay safe from harsh winter weather, the cows from Brandsma’s Pleats dairy farm in Friesland, Netherlands, appear to dance for joy as they’re released back into their pasture for the spring and summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozdoats View Post
    A happier cownterpoint...

    http://www.chonday.com/Videos/hapycoeneterl5

    Cows Dance Onto Grassy Field After Living Indoors for 5 Months
    After living inside their stables for the past five months, to stay safe from harsh winter weather, the cows from Brandsma’s Pleats dairy farm in Friesland, Netherlands, appear to dance for joy as they’re released back into their pasture for the spring and summer.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He1RFHhOvKs
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    Not to mention...

    Quote Originally Posted by packyderms_wife View Post
    Out here they're called cows if they're females, heifers if they haven't bred yet, steers if they're castrated, and bulls if they're intact. And lil ones are called calves.

    If you call a male bovine a "cow" around these parts you'll get yourself laughed out of the county. No one round these parts goes to a cow riding event, it's bull riding.

    ETA and a mixed group is simply referred to as cattle!
    What does a Texan or Oklahoman who owns 10 head of cattle and 10,000 sheep call himself?

    A cattleman, of course!
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    In ranch country, they are COWS. Period.

    Of course, we refer to individuals (or groups of same-sex and age individuals) as "heifers", "steers", or "bulls". But a mixed group of bovines on pasture or on a ranch are cows.

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