Or, more accurately, a cow and her darling calf.
Yes, folks. It causes me great pain to say this, but Bossy and Daisy must go.
We have maxed out our grazing capacity and need to move a couple of my girls on to other pastures. I originally wanted to keep Daisy and let Sparky go, but in a demonstration of my TRUE LOVE for this little beauty, I am choosing what is best for her over my own selfish desires. *sniff* *sniff*
It will be much less traumatic for them... well... and me too, really, I suppose... if we sell the pair together so...
Who wants to start their own herd?!
Common folks! I know there's a frustrated dairy farmer out there among you!
Seriously! The calf is ready to ween. You could have your very own fresh milk twice a day... from your own backyard!
Here's the sitch:
Bossy is 3 years old, Herford, Holstein and Angus. She's a great mom.
Daisy is 3 months old, all of the above breeds plus black Semental.
We'll let the pair go for $985.
Common, Angelina! Now's your chance to commune with your favorite bovine on a daily basis! Just think of the endless supply of prime fertilizer!
Okay. Sales pitch over.
Operators are standing by...