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How to Converse With a Cow

A cow's first resort is usually non-vocal communication. The best way to understand a cow is to learn body language. Is her head lowered, did she swing her horns at you, or did she kick?

Tame cattle Won’t Gore You

The sight of massive horns terrifies everyone. All of my Scottish Highland cattle have horns. Yes, cows (the girls) and bulls (the boys) have horns. But are horns dangerous?

Coyotes Are Scary Neighbors

We have coyotes. We hear them at night, howling to advertise their presence to other packs, claiming their territory – the woods on Miles Smith Farm. I picture them, black eyes shimmering in the moonlight as they yowl and yip in a wave of sound.

Cow Flipping for Fun and Profit

Yes, I'm a cow flipper, not to be confused with a cow tipper. If you've watched Chip and Joanna Gaines on TV or read "The Magnolia Story," you know what a house flipper is. Well, that's what I do, except with cows.