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Miniature Cows are Cool !


Six years ago, Ann Moore saw a picture of miniature cows in a magazine. After researching them, they went to a miniature Zebu sale with the intention of buying two of them. They ended up coming home with seven. The Zebu cattle breed is one of the original breeds and is one of the smallest species of cattle in the world.


Ann is feeding a 4 yr. old cow Before it gets cold outside


* Check around windows, doors and electrical outlets for air leaks, and around wall penetrations for cables and phone lines, where cold air can sneak into the house. Caulk holes and replace worn-out weath- er-stripping. Do this on the inside and outside of the house.


* Replace your old electric space heaters with newer models that feature automatic shut-off switches and non-glowing heating elements. And keep them at least three feet away from flammable fabrics, like curtains and sofa covers.


* Change the batteries in your carbon monoxide detectors and smoke alarms. Don’t have any detectors? Get some now.


* Keep fire extinguishers around the house and teach everyone in the family how to use them.


* If your windows are drafty, double them up with storm win- dows or by attaching plastic film on the inside of the glass panes.


* Have your heating system inspected. This is an annual neces- sity. A qualified contractor can let you know if your system is in good enough shape to make it through the winter.


Grand kids love the calves.


The miniature Zebu is less than 42 inches tall (measurement taken behind their shoulder hump). They are gentle and good-looking cows that make great pets. They are parasite and disease resistant. They can handle hot and humid conditions and actually thrive in them, but they must have shelter to stay dry in our wet freezing cold winters.


David said, “These cows are small- er, safer and easier to take care of. Lots of older ranchers, or folks with small amounts of land, love to have the Zebu’s around. Also, they take less winter hay. 1 round bale of hay will feed a cow. You can have two Zebu per acre on an average year.”


Ann added that Zebu’s are just starting to be shown as 4-H and FFA projects. She said that these miniature cows are very friendly and gentle. She warned that they have to be kept separate from full sized cows or horses because they have a tendency to bully the little cows.


If you would like to know more about these little cows, or want to purchase some, call Ann or David Moore @ 405-833-5395.


Ann and David Moore


Miniature Zebu Fans


October 8-14 is Fire Prevention Week Check your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detec- tors. Buy new or make sure you have fire extinguishers that are in date. Do a fire drill and make sure you have a place to meet outside. Think Fire Prevention.


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