A couple of weeks ago, a pair of Canadian geese took up residence in a pond in the field behind our house.
They appeared to be happy, squawking and swimming and trying to avoid the four longhorns who were there first.
The longhorns do not like company – save for a few birds and my husband Bud when he feeds them. We once had a problem with stray dogs and coyotes prowling the field. Those cows – with their frightfully long horns and attitude to match – have taken care of the situation.
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