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Baby Cow: Baby cow reunites with his family
Baby Cow: Baby cow reunites with his family

Baby cow reunites with his family

Baby Cow: This dog getting a lot of attention!
Baby Cow: This dog getting a lot of attention!

This dog getting a lot of attention!

Baby Cow: You're not lactose intolerant You're just not a baby cow 0a It's simple... I had to sit down, be humble and think about my diet, it's one of the best things I ever did. Spread love and hit them with the facts. You don't need to get cancer fam 🌱 1 million animals per hour slaughtered in the US (USDA. World meat production is expected to double by 2020, in part due to national and international regulations that allow animal agribusiness to externalise costs and to aggressive corporate marketing campaigns. The industrialisation of animal agriculture is an important contributor to global environmental degradation and climate change... Amazon deforestation over 70% of deforested amazon used for animal agriculture. Animal agriculture consumes 70% of the fresh water. 30% of the total land surface is used by animal agriculture. 33% of arable land is used to produce feed-crops. About 70% of previously forested land in the Amazon is used as grazing pastures with he remained being used largely for feed crop production. 45 million tons of plant protein used to produce 7.5 million tons of animal protein. 20 million people die worldwide die from foodborne microbial disease. Over 56 billion animal murdered per year, that's 6,392,694 animals slaughtered per hour. Armstrong and doll study significant association between meat consumption and colorectal development in 25 countries. Meat consumption significantly associated with incidence of endometrial, breast, prostate and crc cancer. Healthcare costs attributable to meat consumption are substantial, between $29 and $61 billion per year. chakabars
Baby Cow: You're not lactose intolerant
 You're just not a baby cow
 0a
It's simple... I had to sit down, be humble and think about my diet, it's one of the best things I ever did. Spread love and hit them with the facts. You don't need to get cancer fam 🌱 1 million animals per hour slaughtered in the US (USDA. World meat production is expected to double by 2020, in part due to national and international regulations that allow animal agribusiness to externalise costs and to aggressive corporate marketing campaigns. The industrialisation of animal agriculture is an important contributor to global environmental degradation and climate change... Amazon deforestation over 70% of deforested amazon used for animal agriculture. Animal agriculture consumes 70% of the fresh water. 30% of the total land surface is used by animal agriculture. 33% of arable land is used to produce feed-crops. About 70% of previously forested land in the Amazon is used as grazing pastures with he remained being used largely for feed crop production. 45 million tons of plant protein used to produce 7.5 million tons of animal protein. 20 million people die worldwide die from foodborne microbial disease. Over 56 billion animal murdered per year, that's 6,392,694 animals slaughtered per hour. Armstrong and doll study significant association between meat consumption and colorectal development in 25 countries. Meat consumption significantly associated with incidence of endometrial, breast, prostate and crc cancer. Healthcare costs attributable to meat consumption are substantial, between $29 and $61 billion per year. chakabars

It's simple... I had to sit down, be humble and think about my diet, it's one of the best things I ever did. Spread love and hit them wit...

Baby Cow: You're not lactose intolerant.. you're just not a baby cow Repost @gmo_gus💯🙌 Today’s milk is a processed food. Until the end of the 19th century in Europe and the beginning of the 20th century in the US, milk was consumed unpasteurized or raw. Later on, homogenization became the industry’s standard. These processes further alter milk’s chemistry and actually increase its detrimental acidifying effects. - Under current industrial methods, cow’s milk is often a toxic bovine brew of man-made ingredients like bio-engineered hormones, antibiotics (55% of U.S. antibiotics are fed to livestock), and pesticides—all of which are bad for us and the environment. - For example, unintentional pesticide poisonings kill an estimated 355,000 people globally each year. In addition the drugs pumped into livestock often re-visit us in our water supply. - We are the only animals on the planet who take another animals milk and drink it for consumption. We are biologically designed to drink our own mother’s milk. Would you go and put your mouth to a cow’s nipple and start drinking it? It’s not a naturally occurring desire in my mind. - The biochemical make-up of cow’s milk is perfectly suited to turn a 65-pound newborn calf into a 400-pound cow in one year. Humans are the only species to continue to drink milk after infancy. - Recent studies have shown that dairy can actually CREATE osteoporosis in your bones. According to the SAVE OUR BONES CAMPAIGN and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, not only do we barely absorb the calcium in cow’s milk (especially if pasteurized), but to make matters worse, it actually increases calcium loss from the bones. This increases your risk for fractures and more. - According to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, “The countries with the highest rates of osteoporosis are the ones where people drink the most milk." Source: goo.gl-OgjRUL
Baby Cow: You're not lactose
 intolerant.. you're just
 not a baby cow
Repost @gmo_gus💯🙌 Today’s milk is a processed food. Until the end of the 19th century in Europe and the beginning of the 20th century in the US, milk was consumed unpasteurized or raw. Later on, homogenization became the industry’s standard. These processes further alter milk’s chemistry and actually increase its detrimental acidifying effects. - Under current industrial methods, cow’s milk is often a toxic bovine brew of man-made ingredients like bio-engineered hormones, antibiotics (55% of U.S. antibiotics are fed to livestock), and pesticides—all of which are bad for us and the environment. - For example, unintentional pesticide poisonings kill an estimated 355,000 people globally each year. In addition the drugs pumped into livestock often re-visit us in our water supply. - We are the only animals on the planet who take another animals milk and drink it for consumption. We are biologically designed to drink our own mother’s milk. Would you go and put your mouth to a cow’s nipple and start drinking it? It’s not a naturally occurring desire in my mind. - The biochemical make-up of cow’s milk is perfectly suited to turn a 65-pound newborn calf into a 400-pound cow in one year. Humans are the only species to continue to drink milk after infancy. - Recent studies have shown that dairy can actually CREATE osteoporosis in your bones. According to the SAVE OUR BONES CAMPAIGN and the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, not only do we barely absorb the calcium in cow’s milk (especially if pasteurized), but to make matters worse, it actually increases calcium loss from the bones. This increases your risk for fractures and more. - According to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, “The countries with the highest rates of osteoporosis are the ones where people drink the most milk." Source: goo.gl-OgjRUL

Repost @gmo_gus💯🙌 Today’s milk is a processed food. Until the end of the 19th century in Europe and the beginning of the 20th century in...

Baby Cow: G13 LELY amatalefay: spaceisprettycool: wildestranger: sashayed: lierdumoa: sashayed: sashayed: sashayed: lierdumoa: sashayed: sashayed: My name is Calfe& Im too youngto know yet what do with my Toung!So till my Mom say“Dont Do That!”Ill stick it outAnd lik this cat. My little Calfe,Im proud of yu–yur living likethe Big Cows do.Yur doing justwhat Mom have said–for yu lik cat,and cat  lik bred. Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars. These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) not early 2000s chatspeak, not babytalk. These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line. These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime: So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure. No respect for the craft. 1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!! Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.)  Later, poem_for_your_sprog has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.” You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes ipso facto. Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!! my name is Cow,and as yu see,its worth yor tiymeto studye me.but if yu dontlike what yu red,take 2 deep brethsand lik the bred. I am willing to concede on second reading that the syllabic structure is passable, and in that regard I’ve wrongly impugned the integrity of your work, however I maintain that your Frankenstinian amalgam of fake middle English with fake modern American baby talk is thoroughly unconvincing as either middle English or as modern American baby talk. It’s an aesthetic failure, IMH(inh)O* You’ve created the linguistic equivalent of a spork — vitiating two perfectly serviceable tools by attempting to fuse them. Writing ‘till mothere says / do not do that,’ would have conveyed roughly the same idea without feeling quite so awkwardly anachronistic. My name is Rave,and I can seeyou’re bent on pa-tronizing me!”Anachronistic”frankly seems a misplaced word to use of memes.But since you want to start that fight,let’s step outsideand do this right. Dude: if you want to not get wreckedyou’d better get your facts correct. Like, “Mothere,” friend,is not a wordthat Geoffrey Chau-cer ever heard.*(*”Mooder” would be period-accurate, and also a good cow word.)What’s more, the “eight-teenth century”has zip to do with, um, “M.E.”And it’s not spelled“diameter.”What are you, pal,an amateur? I am not Chauceror John Donnebut if you tryto spoil my funwith words you learnedin English class – don’t come for me. I’ll kik yur ass. I don’t think someone who thinks Middle English happened in the seventeenth century ought to be schooling others. “17th/18th century middle English” My name is Geoff,John Chaucer’s sonne,and I my lyfe’scours have runne.Engelish tongesare now divers,so pedants, kis my naked ers
Baby Cow: G13
 LELY
amatalefay:
spaceisprettycool:

wildestranger:

sashayed:

lierdumoa:

sashayed:

sashayed:

sashayed:

lierdumoa:

sashayed:

sashayed:
My name is Calfe& Im too youngto know yet what do with my Toung!So till my Mom say“Dont Do That!”Ill stick it outAnd lik this cat.
My little Calfe,Im proud of yu–yur living likethe Big Cows do.Yur doing justwhat Mom have said–for yu lik cat,and cat 
lik bred.

Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars.
These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) not early 2000s chatspeak, not babytalk.
These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line.
These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime:
So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure.
No respect for the craft.

1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!!

Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.) 
Later, poem_for_your_sprog has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.” You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes ipso facto. Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!!


my name is Cow,and as yu see,its worth yor tiymeto studye me.but if yu dontlike what yu red,take 2 deep brethsand lik the bred.

I am willing to concede on second reading that the syllabic structure is passable, and in that regard I’ve wrongly impugned the integrity of your work, however I maintain that your Frankenstinian amalgam of fake middle English with fake modern American baby talk is thoroughly unconvincing as either middle English or as modern American baby talk.
It’s an aesthetic failure, IMH(inh)O*
You’ve created the linguistic equivalent of a spork — vitiating two perfectly serviceable tools by attempting to fuse them.
Writing ‘till mothere says / do not do that,’ would have conveyed roughly the same idea without feeling quite so awkwardly anachronistic.

My name is Rave,and I can seeyou’re bent on pa-tronizing me!”Anachronistic”frankly seems a misplaced word to use of memes.But since you want to start that fight,let’s step outsideand do this right.
Dude: if you want to not get wreckedyou’d better get your facts correct.
Like, “Mothere,” friend,is not a wordthat Geoffrey Chau-cer ever heard.*(*”Mooder” would be period-accurate, and also a good cow word.)What’s more, the “eight-teenth century”has zip to do with, um, “M.E.”And it’s not spelled“diameter.”What are you, pal,an amateur?
I am not Chauceror John Donnebut if you tryto spoil my funwith words you learnedin English class –
don’t come for me. I’ll kik yur ass.


I don’t think someone who thinks Middle English happened in the seventeenth century ought to be schooling others.

“17th/18th century middle English”

My name is Geoff,John Chaucer’s sonne,and I my lyfe’scours have runne.Engelish tongesare now divers,so pedants, kis
my naked ers

amatalefay: spaceisprettycool: wildestranger: sashayed: lierdumoa: sashayed: sashayed: sashayed: lierdumoa: sashayed: sashayed:...

Baby Cow: A731 <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156047072240/sashayed-sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156046119450/sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156045721110/lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://lierdumoa.tumblr.com/post/156042928127/sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too" class="tumblr_blog">lierdumoa</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156017678235/sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/155999401715/my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know-yet-what" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>My name is Calfe<br/>&amp; Im too young<br/>to know yet what do <br/>with my Toung!<br/><br/>So till my Mom say<br/>“Dont Do That!”<br/>Ill stick it out<br/>And lik this cat.</p></blockquote> <p>My little Calfe,<br/>Im proud of yu–<br/>yur living like<br/>the Big Cows do.<br/>Yur doing just<br/>what Mom have said–<br/>for yu lik cat,<br/>and cat </p> <figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/49f706ed90bf7b7589fadb42ff0bac88/tumblr_inline_ojyeipGPLr1qcq7oa_540.jpg" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"/></figure><p>lik bred.<br/><br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars.</p> <p>These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) <b>not</b> early 2000s chatspeak, <b>not</b> babytalk.</p> <p>These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line.</p> <p>These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime:<br/></p> <figure data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/5302bbcbe2615d380efd6238c24df11b/tumblr_inline_ojzje1d6XL1rpmj9n_540.png" alt="image" data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489"/></figure><p>So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure.</p> <p>No respect for the craft.</p> </blockquote> <p>1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!!</p> </blockquote> <p>Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.) </p> <p>Later, poem_for_your_sprog <a href="http://knitmeapony.tumblr.com/post/156041154274/the-lik-the-bred-anthology-with-commentary">has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.”</a> You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes <i>ipso facto.</i> Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!!</p> </blockquote> <p><figure data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/794f30532ba5aea0ca849821e488de99/tumblr_inline_ojzqnmoxur1qcq7oa_540.jpg" alt="image" data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438"/></figure></p> <p>my name is Cow,<br/>and as yu see,<br/>its worth yor tiyme<br/>to studye me.<br/>but if yu dont<br/>like what yu red,<br/><br/>take 2 deep breths<br/><br/>and lik the bred.<br/></p> </blockquote>
Baby Cow: A731
<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156047072240/sashayed-sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156046119450/sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156045721110/lierdumoa-sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://lierdumoa.tumblr.com/post/156042928127/sashayed-sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too" class="tumblr_blog">lierdumoa</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156017678235/sashayed-my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
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<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/155999401715/my-name-is-calfe-im-too-young-to-know-yet-what" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p>
<blockquote><p>My name is Calfe<br/>&amp; Im too young<br/>to know yet what do <br/>with my Toung!<br/><br/>So till my Mom say<br/>“Dont Do That!”<br/>Ill stick it out<br/>And lik this cat.</p></blockquote>
<p>My little Calfe,<br/>Im proud of yu–<br/>yur living like<br/>the Big Cows do.<br/>Yur doing just<br/>what Mom have said–<br/>for yu lik cat,<br/>and cat </p>
<figure class="tmblr-full" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/49f706ed90bf7b7589fadb42ff0bac88/tumblr_inline_ojyeipGPLr1qcq7oa_540.jpg" data-orig-height="2448" data-orig-width="3264"/></figure><p>lik bred.<br/><br/></p>
</blockquote>
<p>Bad meme execution. 0/5 stars.</p>
<p>These poems are supposed to be imitative of 17th/18th century middle English poetry (pre-dating dictionaries and formalized spelling conventions) <b>not</b> early 2000s chatspeak, <b>not</b> babytalk.</p>
<p>These poems are also supposed to be in iambic diameter, giving them a pleasing songlike rhythm. The above has inconsistent syllabic structure from line to line.</p>
<p>These attributes are clearly illustrated in the prime:<br/></p>
<figure data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/5302bbcbe2615d380efd6238c24df11b/tumblr_inline_ojzje1d6XL1rpmj9n_540.png" alt="image" data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="489"/></figure><p>So tired of people on this website and their flagrant disregard for syllabic structure.</p>
<p>No respect for the craft.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>1. first of all, how dare you. i would never, N E V E R, put forth a cow poem with inconsistent syllabic structure. these may not be my finest work, but the iambic dimeter is IMPECCABLE. check my scansion again and come back to me. I guess “know what do yet” is not ideal, but it falls within the constraints of the form. i’m genuinely appalled by this. i have SEEN inconsistent scansion in this meme, i do NOT approve of it and i have NOT done it. how dare you. HOW DAR EYOU!!!</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Secondly: it is not absurd to suppose that the linguistic constraints of a Cow Poem would depend on the figure to whom Cow speaks. In the original (and perfect) “i lik the bred,” the narrative cow, like a Chaucerian non-characterized narrator, directs her speech to an imagined and unspecific listener; not to “the men,” who are characters within the poem, but to some more general audience. (See the Canterbury Tales prologue for an example of this voice in action.) </p>
<p>Later, poem_for_your_sprog <a href="http://knitmeapony.tumblr.com/post/156041154274/the-lik-the-bred-anthology-with-commentary">has Cow address contemporaries like “dog.”</a> You will notice that the voice of Cow varies slightly, in speaking to Dog, from her voice in the original “I lik the bred.” WHY, then, can we not extrapolate that Calfe – who is, after all, a narrator of limited capacity, being only a Baby Cow with a Baby Cow’s simplicity – would have its own variant voice? And why, too, would Cow not speak differently to her own Calfe than she does to an animal peer, or to reverent imaginary auditors? These are experiments within an emerging form – flawed experiments, certainly, but not mistakes <i>ipso facto.</i> Again: HOW DARE YOU!!!!!!!!</p>
</blockquote>
<p><figure data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/794f30532ba5aea0ca849821e488de99/tumblr_inline_ojzqnmoxur1qcq7oa_540.jpg" alt="image" data-orig-width="564" data-orig-height="438"/></figure></p>
<p>my name is Cow,<br/>and as yu see,<br/>its worth yor tiyme<br/>to studye me.<br/>but if yu dont<br/>like what yu red,<br/><br/>take 2 deep breths<br/><br/>and lik the bred.<br/></p>
</blockquote>

<p><a href="http://sashayed.tumblr.com/post/156047072240/sashayed-sashayed-lierdumoa-sashayed" class="tumblr_blog">sashayed</a>:</p><bloc...

Baby Cow: tastefullyoffensive: They think he’s a baby cow.
Baby Cow: tastefullyoffensive:
They think he’s a baby cow.

tastefullyoffensive: They think he’s a baby cow.

Baby Cow: They Think It's Baby Cow Lol💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 By: David Minish hoodclips comedy HoodComedy
Baby Cow: They Think It's Baby Cow
Lol💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 By: David Minish hoodclips comedy HoodComedy

Lol💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀💀 By: David Minish hoodclips comedy HoodComedy

Baby Cow: Maybe you're lactose intolerant because you're not a fucking baby cow currentgoddess: bean-rat: kawaiipiranha: okay but you thinking it tastes good doesn’t excuse how fucked up the milk industry is or make it okay to support lmao y’all selfish  Ok bitch listen the fuck up I am about to get my cert 2 in agriculture. I just studied for two years about this shit. I live in a dairy town - 70% of my district is dairy. I have lived breathed and worked C O W S for almost 730 days. Sit your uneducated ass down and listen to an expert. Do you have any idea how difficult this industry is to work in cause animal welfare nuts like you have no idea what theyre talking about? We HAVE to treat our animals with care and respect, not just becuase some dumb bint doesnt understand how cows react to being ill, but because its our job. They feed us. They are our jobs. They are living breathing beasts just like us, and they deserve care and respect. So lets break down that video, if youll lend me your attention for another five minutes. Cows are not immediately taken away from their mother. They are allowed to stay with their mother for one day, which is when they recive an important immuno boost froom their mothers milk - which will allow them to survive their first few months of life. Before their mother is too attached to them, they are put in hutches, which keep them safe from cold, cars, and predators, which cows cant fight while producing milk becuase all of their energy is used for all their milk. Calfs are being protected the best way we can protect them. We feed them all the high-cell count milk by the way - which is alot anyway; cos newsflash my veggie-guzzling pals, cows make too much milk for their calf to feed on. Thats why we harvest it. They have a surplus. Growing calves require 5 litres a day, if that. Cows produce 30 litres a day. Thats 25 litres that would be sitting in a cows udder, opening the way for infection (as teat infection comes primarily from teats ducts not closing, becuase theyre still full of milk) and exhaustion, becuase 25 litres of milk is 25 extra kilos hanging between your legs. Not fucking fun. Also, sexual exploitation? Do you not? Realise that the whole purpose of an animals life, accordig to their very own instincts, is reproduction? No other purpose. Literally none. Cows cant become doctors, or teachers or rocket scientists. They cant. All they can do is eat, shit, breathe, moo and eventually die. When we take the excess milk, we also make that rather mundane 20-year lifespan and make it much cushier. They mature at 18 months, by the way. Not 12. Plus, cows actually dont reach maturity and full growth stages until theyve been pregnant once. Their bones dont finish solidifying until theyve had one calf, which opens the birth canal and helps their pelvis accommodate walking.The whole reason you think that this is them being mistreated is becuase you dont understand that they dont get pregnancy issues like we do. They also have nothing else to do in their lives. Cows have emotions and deserve respect, but they are not people, and the same standards one sets for the treatment of people should not be the standard one expects of treatment of a cow. Bulls are huge, and will hurt the cow. Always. We artificially inseminate becuase its faster, safer and more likely to result in confirmed pregnancy. It also reduces the occurrence of birth defects. Cows colons are huge. Theyre three times the size of us. An arm going up there is in no way harmful, and actually helps us identify cow health. I guess maybe the reason you think that thats gross is because fisting hurts humans so much. Refer to my previous “cow standards =/= human standards” statement you kinky pricks. Cows are not emotionally and physically exhausted by milking. Thats it. thats all i have to say on that matter. They are fed, their health is checked on constantly and they are surrouned by a herd or at least a few other cows 24/7. Theyre mentally and emotionally fucking solid, ok? They are usually totally and completely unfazed their entire lives. The only thing that can really stress out a cow is a human worker acting like a dick. Theyre not that emotionally complicated. Okay. Sick cows. Guess what? Cows cant tell us when theyre sick. This comes from the fact that theyre herbivores. Sickness or injury makes them a target for predators. So they shut the fuvk up and try to ignore it. What champs. But seriously, cows make 0 fuss when theyre sick. Those cranes? Downed cows sometimes dont get enough calcium, becuase their body poured its entire reserve into the milk. So they will lie down, not make a sound and wait for death, basically. The longer shes down the harder it is for her to get up, so we have to pump calcium into her from a bag and hold her up so her legs dont a t r o p h y underneath her. Bobby calves, or male calves, are sold for veal. It is the darkest secret in the dairy industry and we are not proud of it. But their throats are not slit. All cows that are killed for beef are shot in the precise spot on their head that will kill them instantly and painlessly. Listen, i dont mind if you want to swear off beef or pork or whatever. Fine. You do you. But ask someone whos actually educated on this subject before you attempt to paint millions of hard working people as animal abusers becuase you dont understand how something works, or use that misinformation to try and make people agree with you.
Baby Cow: Maybe you're lactose intolerant
 because you're not
 a fucking baby cow
currentgoddess:

bean-rat:

kawaiipiranha:



okay but you thinking it tastes good doesn’t excuse how fucked up the milk industry is or make it okay to support lmao y’all selfish 

Ok bitch listen the fuck up
I am about to get my cert 2 in agriculture. I just studied for two years about this shit. I live in a dairy town - 70% of my district is dairy. I have lived breathed and worked C O W S for almost 730 days. Sit your uneducated ass down and listen to an expert.
Do you have any idea how difficult this industry is to work in cause animal welfare nuts like you have no idea what theyre talking about? We HAVE to treat our animals with care and respect, not just becuase some dumb bint doesnt understand how cows react to being ill, but because its our job. They feed us. They are our jobs. They are living breathing beasts just like us, and they deserve care and respect.
So lets break down that video, if youll lend me your attention for another five minutes. Cows are not immediately taken away from their mother. They are allowed to stay with their mother for one day, which is when they recive an important immuno boost froom their mothers milk - which will allow them to survive their first few months of life. Before their mother is too attached to them, they are put in hutches, which keep them safe from cold, cars, and predators, which cows cant fight while producing milk becuase all of their energy is used for all their milk. Calfs are being protected the best way we can protect them.
We feed them all the high-cell count milk by the way - which is alot anyway; cos newsflash my veggie-guzzling pals, cows make too much milk for their calf to feed on. Thats why we harvest it. They have a surplus. Growing calves require 5 litres a day, if that. Cows produce 30 litres a day. Thats 25 litres that would be sitting in a cows udder, opening the way for infection (as teat infection comes primarily from teats ducts not closing, becuase theyre still full of milk) and exhaustion, becuase 25 litres of milk is 25 extra kilos hanging between your legs. Not fucking fun.
Also, sexual exploitation? Do you not? Realise that the whole purpose of an animals life, accordig to their very own instincts, is reproduction? No other purpose. Literally none. Cows cant become doctors, or teachers or rocket scientists. They cant. All they can do is eat, shit, breathe, moo and eventually die. When we take the excess milk, we also make that rather mundane 20-year lifespan and make it much cushier. They mature at 18 months, by the way. Not 12. Plus, cows actually dont reach maturity and full growth stages until theyve been pregnant once. Their bones dont finish solidifying until theyve had one calf, which opens the birth canal and helps their pelvis accommodate walking.The whole reason you think that this is them being mistreated is becuase you dont understand that they dont get pregnancy issues like we do. They also have nothing else to do in their lives. Cows have emotions and deserve respect, but they are not people, and the same standards one sets for the treatment of people should not be the standard one expects of treatment of a cow.
Bulls are huge, and will hurt the cow. Always. We artificially inseminate becuase its faster, safer and more likely to result in confirmed pregnancy. It also reduces the occurrence of birth defects. Cows colons are huge. Theyre three times the size of us. An arm going up there is in no way harmful, and actually helps us identify cow health. I guess maybe the reason you think that thats gross is because fisting hurts humans so much. Refer to my previous “cow standards =/= human standards” statement you kinky pricks.
Cows are not emotionally and physically exhausted by milking. Thats it. thats all i have to say on that matter. They are fed, their health is checked on constantly and they are surrouned by a herd or at least a few other cows 24/7. Theyre mentally and emotionally fucking solid, ok? They are usually totally and completely unfazed their entire lives. The only thing that can really stress out a cow is a human worker acting like a dick. Theyre not that emotionally complicated.
Okay. Sick cows. Guess what? Cows cant tell us when theyre sick. This comes from the fact that theyre herbivores. Sickness or injury makes them a target for predators. So they shut the fuvk up and try to ignore it. What champs. But seriously, cows make 0 fuss when theyre sick. Those cranes? Downed cows sometimes dont get enough calcium, becuase their body poured its entire reserve into the milk. So they will lie down, not make a sound and wait for death, basically. The longer shes down the harder it is for her to get up, so we have to pump calcium into her from a bag and hold her up so her legs dont   a t r o p h y   underneath her.
Bobby calves, or male calves, are sold for veal. It is the darkest secret in the dairy industry and we are not proud of it. But their throats are not slit. All cows that are killed for beef are shot in the precise spot on their head that will kill them instantly and painlessly.
Listen, i dont mind if you want to swear off beef or pork or whatever. Fine. You do you. But ask someone whos actually educated on this subject before you attempt to paint millions of hard working people as animal abusers becuase you dont understand how something works, or use that misinformation to try and make people agree with you.

currentgoddess: bean-rat: kawaiipiranha: okay but you thinking it tastes good doesn’t excuse how fucked up the milk industry is or m...

Baby Cow: akisazame: tastefullyoffensive: They think he’s a baby cow.
Baby Cow: akisazame:

tastefullyoffensive:

They think he’s a baby cow.

akisazame: tastefullyoffensive: They think he’s a baby cow.

Baby Cow: Maybe you're lactose intolerant because you're not a fucking baby cow currentgoddess: bean-rat: kawaiipiranha: okay but you thinking it tastes good doesn’t excuse how fucked up the milk industry is or make it okay to support lmao y’all selfish  Ok bitch listen the fuck up I am about to get my cert 2 in agriculture. I just studied for two years about this shit. I live in a dairy town - 70% of my district is dairy. I have lived breathed and worked C O W S for almost 730 days. Sit your uneducated ass down and listen to an expert. Do you have any idea how difficult this industry is to work in cause animal welfare nuts like you have no idea what theyre talking about? We HAVE to treat our animals with care and respect, not just becuase some dumb bint doesnt understand how cows react to being ill, but because its our job. They feed us. They are our jobs. They are living breathing beasts just like us, and they deserve care and respect. So lets break down that video, if youll lend me your attention for another five minutes. Cows are not immediately taken away from their mother. They are allowed to stay with their mother for one day, which is when they recive an important immuno boost froom their mothers milk - which will allow them to survive their first few months of life. Before their mother is too attached to them, they are put in hutches, which keep them safe from cold, cars, and predators, which cows cant fight while producing milk becuase all of their energy is used for all their milk. Calfs are being protected the best way we can protect them. We feed them all the high-cell count milk by the way - which is alot anyway; cos newsflash my veggie-guzzling pals, cows make too much milk for their calf to feed on. Thats why we harvest it. They have a surplus. Growing calves require 5 litres a day, if that. Cows produce 30 litres a day. Thats 25 litres that would be sitting in a cows udder, opening the way for infection (as teat infection comes primarily from teats ducts not closing, becuase theyre still full of milk) and exhaustion, becuase 25 litres of milk is 25 extra kilos hanging between your legs. Not fucking fun. Also, sexual exploitation? Do you not? Realise that the whole purpose of an animals life, accordig to their very own instincts, is reproduction? No other purpose. Literally none. Cows cant become doctors, or teachers or rocket scientists. They cant. All they can do is eat, shit, breathe, moo and eventually die. When we take the excess milk, we also make that rather mundane 20-year lifespan and make it much cushier. They mature at 18 months, by the way. Not 12. Plus, cows actually dont reach maturity and full growth stages until theyve been pregnant once. Their bones dont finish solidifying until theyve had one calf, which opens the birth canal and helps their pelvis accommodate walking.The whole reason you think that this is them being mistreated is becuase you dont understand that they dont get pregnancy issues like we do. They also have nothing else to do in their lives. Cows have emotions and deserve respect, but they are not people, and the same standards one sets for the treatment of people should not be the standard one expects of treatment of a cow. Bulls are huge, and will hurt the cow. Always. We artificially inseminate becuase its faster, safer and more likely to result in confirmed pregnancy. It also reduces the occurrence of birth defects. Cows colons are huge. Theyre three times the size of us. An arm going up there is in no way harmful, and actually helps us identify cow health. I guess maybe the reason you think that thats gross is because fisting hurts humans so much. Refer to my previous “cow standards =/= human standards” statement you kinky pricks. Cows are not emotionally and physically exhausted by milking. Thats it. thats all i have to say on that matter. They are fed, their health is checked on constantly and they are surrouned by a herd or at least a few other cows 24/7. Theyre mentally and emotionally fucking solid, ok? They are usually totally and completely unfazed their entire lives. The only thing that can really stress out a cow is a human worker acting like a dick. Theyre not that emotionally complicated. Okay. Sick cows. Guess what? Cows cant tell us when theyre sick. This comes from the fact that theyre herbivores. Sickness or injury makes them a target for predators. So they shut the fuvk up and try to ignore it. What champs. But seriously, cows make 0 fuss when theyre sick. Those cranes? Downed cows sometimes dont get enough calcium, becuase their body poured its entire reserve into the milk. So they will lie down, not make a sound and wait for death, basically. The longer shes down the harder it is for her to get up, so we have to pump calcium into her from a bag and hold her up so her legs dont a t r o p h y underneath her. Bobby calves, or male calves, are sold for veal. It is the darkest secret in the dairy industry and we are not proud of it. But their throats are not slit. All cows that are killed for beef are shot in the precise spot on their head that will kill them instantly and painlessly. Listen, i dont mind if you want to swear off beef or pork or whatever. Fine. You do you. But ask someone whos actually educated on this subject before you attempt to paint millions of hard working people as animal abusers becuase you dont understand how something works, or use that misinformation to try and make people agree with you.
Baby Cow: Maybe you're lactose intolerant
 because you're not
 a fucking baby cow
currentgoddess:

bean-rat:

kawaiipiranha:



okay but you thinking it tastes good doesn’t excuse how fucked up the milk industry is or make it okay to support lmao y’all selfish 

Ok bitch listen the fuck up
I am about to get my cert 2 in agriculture. I just studied for two years about this shit. I live in a dairy town - 70% of my district is dairy. I have lived breathed and worked C O W S for almost 730 days. Sit your uneducated ass down and listen to an expert.
Do you have any idea how difficult this industry is to work in cause animal welfare nuts like you have no idea what theyre talking about? We HAVE to treat our animals with care and respect, not just becuase some dumb bint doesnt understand how cows react to being ill, but because its our job. They feed us. They are our jobs. They are living breathing beasts just like us, and they deserve care and respect.
So lets break down that video, if youll lend me your attention for another five minutes. Cows are not immediately taken away from their mother. They are allowed to stay with their mother for one day, which is when they recive an important immuno boost froom their mothers milk - which will allow them to survive their first few months of life. Before their mother is too attached to them, they are put in hutches, which keep them safe from cold, cars, and predators, which cows cant fight while producing milk becuase all of their energy is used for all their milk. Calfs are being protected the best way we can protect them.
We feed them all the high-cell count milk by the way - which is alot anyway; cos newsflash my veggie-guzzling pals, cows make too much milk for their calf to feed on. Thats why we harvest it. They have a surplus. Growing calves require 5 litres a day, if that. Cows produce 30 litres a day. Thats 25 litres that would be sitting in a cows udder, opening the way for infection (as teat infection comes primarily from teats ducts not closing, becuase theyre still full of milk) and exhaustion, becuase 25 litres of milk is 25 extra kilos hanging between your legs. Not fucking fun.
Also, sexual exploitation? Do you not? Realise that the whole purpose of an animals life, accordig to their very own instincts, is reproduction? No other purpose. Literally none. Cows cant become doctors, or teachers or rocket scientists. They cant. All they can do is eat, shit, breathe, moo and eventually die. When we take the excess milk, we also make that rather mundane 20-year lifespan and make it much cushier. They mature at 18 months, by the way. Not 12. Plus, cows actually dont reach maturity and full growth stages until theyve been pregnant once. Their bones dont finish solidifying until theyve had one calf, which opens the birth canal and helps their pelvis accommodate walking.The whole reason you think that this is them being mistreated is becuase you dont understand that they dont get pregnancy issues like we do. They also have nothing else to do in their lives. Cows have emotions and deserve respect, but they are not people, and the same standards one sets for the treatment of people should not be the standard one expects of treatment of a cow.
Bulls are huge, and will hurt the cow. Always. We artificially inseminate becuase its faster, safer and more likely to result in confirmed pregnancy. It also reduces the occurrence of birth defects. Cows colons are huge. Theyre three times the size of us. An arm going up there is in no way harmful, and actually helps us identify cow health. I guess maybe the reason you think that thats gross is because fisting hurts humans so much. Refer to my previous “cow standards =/= human standards” statement you kinky pricks.
Cows are not emotionally and physically exhausted by milking. Thats it. thats all i have to say on that matter. They are fed, their health is checked on constantly and they are surrouned by a herd or at least a few other cows 24/7. Theyre mentally and emotionally fucking solid, ok? They are usually totally and completely unfazed their entire lives. The only thing that can really stress out a cow is a human worker acting like a dick. Theyre not that emotionally complicated.
Okay. Sick cows. Guess what? Cows cant tell us when theyre sick. This comes from the fact that theyre herbivores. Sickness or injury makes them a target for predators. So they shut the fuvk up and try to ignore it. What champs. But seriously, cows make 0 fuss when theyre sick. Those cranes? Downed cows sometimes dont get enough calcium, becuase their body poured its entire reserve into the milk. So they will lie down, not make a sound and wait for death, basically. The longer shes down the harder it is for her to get up, so we have to pump calcium into her from a bag and hold her up so her legs dont   a t r o p h y   underneath her.
Bobby calves, or male calves, are sold for veal. It is the darkest secret in the dairy industry and we are not proud of it. But their throats are not slit. All cows that are killed for beef are shot in the precise spot on their head that will kill them instantly and painlessly.
Listen, i dont mind if you want to swear off beef or pork or whatever. Fine. You do you. But ask someone whos actually educated on this subject before you attempt to paint millions of hard working people as animal abusers becuase you dont understand how something works, or use that misinformation to try and make people agree with you.

currentgoddess: bean-rat: kawaiipiranha: okay but you thinking it tastes good doesn’t excuse how fucked up the milk industry is or m...

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