What do you call a cow grazing in your yard?
(the answer is @ the bottom of this page)
 


Blossom & Teater

Hownow

Moothilda

Clovis

Cowardly

Dee Calf

Moonet'

Mooda

Beef Aroni

Cowl˙a

Pig

LaCreme'

Udder Budder

Daisy

Udderly

Cowboy

Guess who?

Bullogna

MooLatte'

Gracie

Cowrages

Cowligula

Moory Cowmas

Moodles

Cowlusa

Bullge

Grazer

Cowpie

Wooly Bully

Cowlick

Moo York

Betty Lou Moo

Cowliope

Moober

Namaka'ele

Moopsie

Namaka'ele   "The Dark Eyed Hawaiian Cow"   nah-MAH-kah-AY-lay

In old Hawai'i the first cows were brought to the islands on large sailing ships.  When they arrived at the harbor the cows were lowered into the water and they swam to shore.  The little Hawaiian children were very interested in these peaceful creatures and loved their big dark eyes and long eyelashes.

Today, there are cows on all of the islands.  The people of Hawai'i like to say that Hawaiian cows make sweeter milk because they graze in fields on the slopes of volcanoes and along the coast where they can see the blue, blue ocean.


 
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