“It all comes down to respecting cows. What cows say is important. If they say good morning, you’ve got to turn around, look them in the face and wave. Say good morning back to the cow. It’s a small thing. But cows don’t like to be ignored. They mean well.”
“They love farmers. They love everybody in Bristol. If they see you walking on the road past their fields, they will immediately moo. The words are sweet and grass scented.
Just because you’re a human with two legs don’t mean cows don’t acknowledge you. Ask anybody in Bristol and they’ll tell you the good morning moo is one of their favorite times of day. It could come at sunrise. That’s when the cows greet you.
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