Not so in Winnemucca, NV
It is a very loud mooing cow at the moment.
Don't you just love it !!! Harv.
Well, maybe ya gotta tell the old cow to shut up and fix some breakfast!
Must be milking time.
Having grown up on a dairy farm, a cow mooing a lot was indicative that she was 'in heat'... Be careful, Jim... They can be aggressively loving!
Few years back the "hobby farmer" next door let our dairy farmer down the other way use some of his land/barn to "store" the pregnant females. Shortly after birth, he'd take away the babies and the moms would moo so much day and night the only way we got any sleep was when the mommy cow finally got hoarse!
I love the milk commercial where the rooster wakes up the cows, and one of them says, "hit the snooze button" and something flies out of the barn and knocks the rooster over.
My Grand daughter at the age of 10 was spending the night at a friend's house whose father raised cows. while both girls were standing on the back porch, my girl asked her friend what that terrible smell was. Her friend replied that her father told her that's the smell of money. Since I've joined the Model T hobby club, I have no worry of my girl ever smelling that odor around my house. Bob
Cows and roosters are pretty good alarm clocks, but be best I ever heard was a peacock. Those of you who have heard one know what I mean. They sound like someone with a high voice is screaming while being painfully murdered. The first time I ever heard one it scared me more than any sound I'd ever heard until then.
Peacocks do have a unique call:
Am thinking I'd prefer the rooster, or even the cow moo-ing!
I don't know. The neighbor's second wife liked to adopt those wild jackass's. A baby jackass that can't find it's mommy at 2 am, can make a awful noise that compares alot to the peacock.
Mark that aint bad! you should hear about 6 Peahens when they start laying, sounds like a cat being skinned alive.
A Jaskass can make a lot of noise.
And I don't mean the four legged kind!
Let's not get into political symbols, now....
Oh, I'm dense, I wasn't even thinking of political party mascots, just some folks who resemble the south end of a north-facing horse!
When I stayed at an RV park in Beatty, NV outside Death Valley the wild burros woke us up at sunrise every morning, Don.
I just got a nasty email from the JAADL concerning my post.
It seems that the four legged types don't want to be compared with the two legged ones.
JAADL = Jack Ass Anti Deformation League
It takes all kinds!
Note -the above is not a political statement unless you want it to be.