Being a "dry" cow means that you are resting and not giving milk everyday
while you wait for the birth of your baby.
These dry cows are due to calve within the next two weeks and
are in the pasture next to our house so we can monitor them closely.
Even though we've had our share of cold and dreary days in January,
I'm thankful for each bright black and white spotted cow that brighten our days
for the opportunity to care for each one
everyday down on the dairy farm.