A white-faced red Angus cow stands in the middle of the Montana plains near Warrick. → Buy a Print
A lone cow stands in the middle of the green, grassy fields in the Bear Paw Mountains near Lloyd, Montana. → Buy a Print
It is getting harder and harder to find cows grazing in a green pasture in Wisconsin. This scene was found outside of Monticello, Wisconsin. → Buy a Print
Two Scottish Highland cows stand in the middle of a grassy field near Havre, Montana. → Buy a Print
Cowboys round up a herd of black Angus and Charolais cattle against a sea of green on a ranch near Cleveland, Montana. → Buy a Print
A black Angus heifer stands in the middle of a gravel road near Warrick, Montana. → Buy a Print
The leading edge of the herd as it steers (no pun intended) itself toward the corral opening on the Faber Ranch near Cleveland, Montana. → Buy a Print
July 14th is National Cow Appreciation Day, a day dedicated to one of the most under appreciated–yet widespread–species of animals on Earth. Whether they are raised as livestock for meat, milked to make a variety of different dairy products, or used as draft animals to pull carts, plows, and other implements, the ubiquitous cow richly deserves a day of appreciation.
Here are just some of my photos of cows for you to enjoy–some even gleaned from my gallery of Montana photos and agriculture photos. So today be sure to thank a cow. Doing anything else would be udderly ridiculous.
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