The Endless Fascination Of Cow Radio




They would rather stand at the far end of the pasture, watching and listening to cows in the next field than stand in the barn with fans and a hay snack. The stomped-down, semi-circular bare patch testifies to the amount of time Rodney stands at the fenceline.


Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

Categories: Horses, Pasture, Photography

4 replies »

  1. I wonder if they look at us, and are surprised at our priorities??? I am probably happier not knowing what they really think! Lol.

  2. We started calling it cow radio back when Previous Horse used to have fits upon hearing the cows across the street. The video came later, when cows moving into the field next door.

    As for priorities, I think smell is way more important to them than we can understand.

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