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We have "belted" cattle, too. Just the black and white, though.
Cows with so much hair?! Never seen that . They're cute ! "oreo cows".. ;o))
Maybe because we have long, cold winters here, they grow thicker hair . . . (Just guessing. . . )
Not joking here: do they come in white with a black 'belt'? Gotta match the curtains, you know.
Hmm, I don't think so -- I think the belt is always white but the other parts can be black or brown or 'red' or tan . . .
I could not resist them and would love to be there with my camera.
Oh yes, I could see them there at your farm, too. :))
I'd definitely be hugging these Oreos since licking them is not an option. Love the Belties.
They do get regular hugs and kisses from the 4-H-ers who tend them. Very cute.
We have researched adding this breed to our farm. They are a joy to look at!
Ooh, they're so lovely . . .
I've heard a rock with a ring around it is a sign of good luck. I wonder if the same is true for Belties?
Sounds good to me . . . and we call those rocks Beltie rocks . . . .:))
If they live where I think they do, then the whole scene is so beautiful & peaceful...Positive energy!! Me, I've only seen them from afar, so far...Give them a hug for me!
I will take you for a visit one day . . .
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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