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(Fox News)   Very moooooving video of hundreds of cows swarming a water truck during Australia's drought   ( foxnews.com) divider line
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6 days ago  
*insert udder joke here*
 
6 days ago  
They really hoofed it
 
6 days ago  
Jerky
 
6 days ago  
That is kind of disturbing to see such a dense herd of cows behaving like a swarm of insects. Mesmerizing maximum packing
 
6 days ago  
That cud have gone worse.
 
6 days ago  
poor cows...i feel for the people their to but the cows are suffering the most,,i hope they get the rain they need soon
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6 days ago  
I predict a bunch of fark punsters milking this thread dry. I'm sure we'll pass the tipping point in minutes.
 
6 days ago  
Good thing they didn't have guns.
 
6 days ago  
They also herd carjackers to the cops:
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https://youtu.be/qD8fOwVNzmE

RUN!!!
 
6 days ago  

Lord of the Highway: *insert udder joke here*


I'm confused...if there's a drought, why don't they just suck on each udder's udders?

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Even cats know how to hydrate in the heat.
 
6 days ago  

GungFu: Lord of the Highway: *insert udder joke here*

I'm confused...if there's a drought, why don't they just suck on each udder's udders?

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Even cats know how to hydrate in the heat.


I cat believe how udderly cute that pic is. I ain't kitten.
 
6 days ago  
Do not, my friends, become addicted to water. It will take hold of you, and you will resent its absence.
 
6 days ago  
... thats.... thats a lot of cows.
 
6 days ago  

LeftisRightisWrong: Do not, my friends, become addicted to water. It will take hold of you, and you will resent its absence.


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6 days ago  
I'm surprised that you can't shoot roos with impunity. Down here, you can shoot deer all night long if you can show they are a nuisance animal, like you could if they were stealing all the feed.

Given the choice, I'd rather take down a roo. Most of the good meat is in the tail.
 
6 days ago  

lovely_filth: ... thats.... thats a lot of cows.



That's a lot of cows!
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6 days ago  

Stibium: I'm surprised that you can't shoot roos with impunity. Down here, you can shoot deer all night long if you can show they are a nuisance animal, like you could if they were stealing all the feed.

Given the choice, I'd rather take down a roo. Most of the good meat is in the tail.


Trust me, it's pretty annoying to farmers, and non-farmers too, that pretty much all Australian wildlife is protected no matter how abundant it is, or how much of a nuisance it is being.
 
6 days ago  
The next shipment of water should be blessed by a priest.  Then Australia will have holy cows.
 
6 days ago  
I saw a comment elsewhere along the lines of "nice of the big retailers - woolworths and coles - and the banks to be pushing their "farmer's drought relief" efforts - where, in the case of retailers, x% of your purchase goes to a relief fund, or in the case of the banks, they'll happily collect your donations. But if those sectors hadn't been such bastards in the first place, maybe the farmers would be in a better position to weather the bad conditions"

For example, it's a bit rich for big retailers to push their "$1-a-litre" milk prices when that sort of retail price has been bankrupting farmers 'cos they're being paid less than the price of production for their milk. There are other cases that don't make it to the top of the news feeds. Frankly I prefer to pay $2.50/litre for local milk (organic, even) than el-cheapo-blended-from-producers-all-o​ver-the-country crap. Ditto meat, veges and fruit when the local stuff is available.
 
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  

ol' gormsby: I saw a comment elsewhere along the lines of "nice of the big retailers - woolworths and coles - and the banks to be pushing their "farmer's drought relief" efforts - where, in the case of retailers, x% of your purchase goes to a relief fund, or in the case of the banks, they'll happily collect your donations. But if those sectors hadn't been such bastards in the first place, maybe the farmers would be in a better position to weather the bad conditions"


That is an excellent point, the major retailers and banks are also getting the advantage of this being more advertising/pr for themselves and since it's costing them either nothing or next to nothing, it's win-win for them.

/the milk pricing thing is a disgrace
 
6 days ago  
They're going to need a bigger truck.
 
6 days ago  
I smell a new m night shamealot movie plot!
 
6 days ago  
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