“May” meets the boys and is instantly the boss

This short video is May the pregnant jersey cow meeting T-bone and Rib-eye for the first time.  She MOOed for 24 hours straight in those boys’ direction from the holding paddock, but we haven’t heard her moo once since she joined them up on the hill.  Early in the video you can see she kicks up her heels and you can just tell she will fit in at AGF.

We are so glad that May is with us.  Our little farm is growing all the time, and we thank God for all the blessings that have come our way.  We thank God for keeping the desire to continue this venture stirred up in our hearts.  The natural methods we are using to raise these animals mimic nature as close as possible and we respect and treat them humanely, and thank them as well for the sacrifice they make for all of us.  If anyone is interested or has any questions, please feel free to contact us, we are happy to talk about the farm, politics, religion, food, school or even the weather.

2 thoughts on ““May” meets the boys and is instantly the boss

  1. Kathy

    I was wondering…Why does May have a black face and black legs (on the front)? I have only seen Jersey cows that were a light brown-tannish color. Is she mixed with something else, or is it common for Jersey cows to have that darker color?

    1. Angel Garden Farm Post author

      Heck, you’re asking me, like I know stuff. I just StartPage.com(ed) it and then went to the images and there were several pictures of Jersey cows with the same characteristics that May has. But that proves nothing, since you can’t believe everything that is on the internet. I found a link to the American Jersey Cattle Association and saw several other pictures showing the same thing. So my scientific study of the situation says ….. i don’t know. g

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