I love chickens and cows together. It was bugging me, having Beulah Petunia so far from the chickens. Chickens and cows look good together. Very barnyard-ish. They were meant to be together! Chickens love cow poop, by the way. There’s a lot of corn in cow poop. They also love cow food. They jump in Beulah Petunia’s big food box at her milk stand and eat alongside her. A hen is about the size of BP’s head. I hope she doesn’t accidentally eat one of them.
For the most part, Beulah Petunia ignores the chickens. They are way too far beneath her. Glory Bee loves them, though! When you’re a baby cow, you always have a playmate if you have chickens. She frolics and they run. She thinks they’re playing. Then Glory Bee gets tired and sits down to take a nap outside the chicken house and BP gets mad because she’s outside of her electric fence and she moos and moos and moos.
I love having my cow near the house where I can hear her moo all the time.
I love my cow.