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    Is it a cow?

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    How to tell the difference between a Highland cow and a stack of old hay.

    A coo has horns. An old stack of hay doesn't.

    (I pass this farm on the way to work. There are several in this pasture.)
    "There is no merit in being wet and/or cold and sartorial elegance take second place to common sense." Jock Scot

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    One of my favorite animals. We have a picture somewhere of my stepdaughter in a field she was eating an ice cream cone. A huge highland bull, with very big horns, was coming up behind her. You should have seen how quickly she got out of that field when we told her to look behind her. Didnít think she could move that fast. I told her that he just wanted a taste of her ice cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCampbell16B View Post
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    How to tell the difference between a Highland cow and a stack of old hay.

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    ... or James Cosmo ...
    Those ancient U Nialls from Donegal were a randy bunch.

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    Good one Ninehostages!!! Though he is not quite as woolly and only walks on two legs. I think!!

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