Monday, January 4, 2010

Trouble's A Brewin'

There's something strange going on 'round here.

Never seen anything like it before.

Couldn't have done it if I wanted to.

Don't know if it was something to do with the moon or what.

So look how the cows grouped together....


Blacks

Blacks


Whites

Whites


Longhorn spots

Spots


And reds

Reds


It was so odd.  Never noticed them group up like that before.  Either we got discrimination goin' on or maybe some gang activity.  (Crips, Aryan Circle, Mexican Mafia, Bloods)  Can't fool me.  I used to be a gang officer.  As a matter of fact, I think I saw them throwing some signs.

Gonna have to keep an eye on this situation.  We can't be havin' buck-by kickin's or hookin's.  Not gonna tolerate it!

24 comments:

Gail said...

Funny, at least you are trained for it!

Sydney said...

LOL that so funny. Are these pictures all on the same day?

The Wife said...

Yep Sydney. We poured out feed and this is how they lined up. Never seen anything like it.

Pony Girl said...

How bizarre! Did you get a group shot of them all that way? That would make a great poster!
p.s. would like to hear more about the gang officer...sounds pretty interesting!

fernvalley01 said...

Very strange, wonder what they are cooking up?

Paige said...

Absolutely gang activity---I can call it even miles away.

Looks like you better be on high alert for some shenanigans

Shirley said...

Don't know about cows, but horses tend to ostracize odd colored horses - probably a survival mechanism where in the wild a horse that does not blend in will attract the attention of a predator.

Reddirt Woman said...

Wait until they put the 'colors' on before makin' judgement on 'em. But I will have to say it is odd. New Year's resolutions? colors with same colors only?

Hmmmm...

Helen

Paint Girl said...

That is very interesting, and quite funny! Love the gang affiliation! Cute!

Jocelyn said...

That screams shenanigans to the highest degree. I'd be on high alert.

small farm girl said...

You know, our cows do the same thing! I just thought we had some cows that were prejudice. lol

Lil Mama said...

Soo funny. My goats do it all the time.

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

Gang activity no way... You may have to call in "Diesel".... with "Harley" by his side!

City girl turned Country Girl said...

OMG you totally made me LOL!!!! That is too funny!!! You'd better watch your back in those parts!! Could get dangerous! Watch out for drive by horns!

lisa said...

Nice variety of color you have!

Snappy Di said...

That's just life in da bovine hood. :-)

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

Goodwife said...

Ha! If they start stealin' The Husband's bandanas, you know you are in some serious trouble!

montanasmama said...

My donkeys always sorted themselves out by color. Even if I brought in an established herd or a couple of best buds within a few days they had sorted themselves out by color with the donkeys already here. Weird huh?

K. T. Sparks said...

That is way too funny! You are a Hoot!

~The South Dakota Cowgirl~ said...

Maybe they just all realized that they're different, and clung to the ones that looked the most like them? Horses will do that you know. In a herd of duns, bays and sorrels, the lone gray horse is oftentimes shunned. Seriously!

lifein3dee said...

LOL That's exactly what I was thinkin when I read it. Gangs!!!!

dibear said...

I see some profiling going on here officer!! :)

Andrea said...

LOL, yep they were segregated!! Them cows were conspiring to do somthen! And I saw dem signs too, with dar horns one up and one down!! LOL!!

Stacey Steimle said...

very funny! Love the look of the Reds. I am a city girl, who would love to be a cowgirl if only for a month.