Let's get started with some cuteness.
So cute. They said they separate the calves from the cows within a few days, which seems sort of lonely. And then they're in these little pens for a couple of weeks to make sure they're healthy and don't share any germs. Then they're put in age-group pens.
Breakfast for the cows, too.
|The yellow thing on her nose prevents her from trying to suckle other cows; the dairy guy said that there are a few who try, and they put the plastic thing on to prevent that. Who knew?
And four of the best words in the English language:
This dairy breakfast featured pancakes. They were good, but just not nearly as good as the Belgian waffles.
The question of the day: can I find another dairy breakfast for next week?