Moo means MOVE!

Glory Bee keeps an eye on me. She knows when I’m coming to dump their two bales for the day into the cow feeder inside the outdoor-access stall. By the time I get in the barn to toss the bales, she’s in there waiting for me. BP is slow and she has to line up outside the door. She moos and moos and moos until FINALLY Glory Bee moves over and lets her in.

I keep telling her she’s gotta be faster!


  1. RosieJo says:

    Are you going to have a baby-naming contest? I’ve been pondering on a few entries.

  2. Auntie Linda says:

    Even if it’s a little girl? Don’t you need more milk for the workshops? (God, if it is, I’d love to have her, but we don’t have enough land to support a cow….) Sorry, I tend to live a bit in your world….without actually living in your world, if you know what I mean.

  3. yvonnem says:

    Oh, that sounds so hard to do…you know you’ll get attached to it, unless maybe it’s a bull! In that case I’d give it a meat name as well! Can’t think of anything other than Hamburger…LOL!

  4. gingergoat says:

    How about Beefsteak? I once had a steer named Beefsteak and he was delicious!! :happyflower:

  5. Darlene in North GA says:

    His/Her Nibs the Ribs.
    Filet Mignon
    Standing Rib Roast.

    Oh, yeah. I can think of a LOT of names.

  6. GrammieEarth says:

    Dangit! I saw Moooo and was hoping GB was doing some maternal moooing. I’m thinking Juicy or Tender would make good food names. My first thought was Filet M, but Darlene was faster 🙂 :eating: :moo: :eating:

  7. bonita says:

    Poor BP. Some kids nowadays just have no respect for their elders. After all BP did for GB… Oh, and can the new bovine not have a name with the initials B, P, or G. I’m easily confused!

  8. lesliedgray says:

    The baby’s name could be Mignon.. I sounds very elegant and stately and will fool the creature into thinking it is royalty and not destined for the freezer

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