As we approached the cow farm my heart sank! There were green pasture all around...but not one cow in the pasture. Instead they were housed in a horrid confined place that was at least 2-4 feet thick with cow waste! The smell was horrid and the cows were covered in waste - it was awful!
My heart was sickened as those pictures on the milk products at the grocery store depicting pastured cows came to my mind...what a farce! It is amazing to me that what God intended for good we, once again, distort and ruin! The cows provide our country with dairy products and meat and they are housed in "cow concentration camps". We are happy to have rescued two ladies out of that mess and in turn they will provide for our family.
Look at that bale of hay...what fun!
Here little man is drawing out the names for our girls. The names that were drawn out were "Rose" and "Ruth".
Ruth and Rose having a yummie corn stalk snack! They will be spoiled for sure and loved very much. Both girls are expecting in the next few months - that will be a treat and an experience for sure.
So I don't know how to turn this picture around and I couldn't figure out how to erase it...so you'll just have to do a little stretch to see it!
Thanks for stopping by...out to the garden for fall clean-up....