My Fair Lady Cows

While Professor Henry Higgens was able to work wonders with dear Eliza, I am afraid he would be at his wits end if he endured the challenge of teaching manners to any of our dear cows.

 I’m not sure anyone ever bragged about dairy cows and their manners.

And some are worse than others.

But we still love them. Maybe Eliza Doolittle said it best:

The difference between a lady cow and a flower cow is not how she behaves, but how she is treated.

And with that advice from Eliza firmly in hand we work daily to treat all of our cows well. Manners or not.

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