A rose by any udder name

By David Newble

Friday, February 14, 2014

 

A rose by any udder name

The calves get up close and personal for Valentine’s Day at Briddlesford Lodge Farm.

IF MOOSIC be the food of love... play on.

These kissing calves were snapped at Briddlesford Lodge Farm, Wootton, in the run up to Valentine’s Day today (Friday).

It’s not clear whether the affectionate couple exchanged flowers and chocolates but they probably shared a romantic meal of cattle feed for two.

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by Keven Ball

14th February 2014, at 16:38:55

How cute, bless them both!

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by mark johnson

14th February 2014, at 15:58:40

I'm looking forward to them being on my dinner plate any time soon!

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by T Rollingsworth

14th February 2014, at 15:39:21

Phillip, you butter believe it.

Really mooving article that shows that udder animals also enjoy amoosing people with their antics.

This could get much worse, maybe give this comment section the hoof?

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by Philip Yates

14th February 2014, at 15:27:29

now you are really milking it.

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