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Rebecca Cody: I think that argument is akin to saying that horses are extinct because we don’t use them for transportation any more. Oh wait, they aren’t extinct! ;-)
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I read a book by Karen Pryor which talked about a protected cow herd that lives unmolested on someone’s estate. From what I gathered, no one interferes with the cows. They feed themselves, etc. (I think.) Definitely no one hurts them. So, human watchers/researchers noticed that the lead male cow was always seen eating mid-day with the same female cow. Was she his favorite love interest? No, he ate lunch every day with his mother. Cows form lasting family bonds when allowed to.
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I share that story because I think cows are amazing, and I like to share that story. I don’t think people realize just how aware and sensitive cows are.
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The same book even has a story about one cow who made a Sophie’s choice. She gave birth in the field and brought back a calf, which the farmer took away like always so that the farmer could take the calf’s milk. But the cow was not producing enough milk. What was happening? The farmer hired someone to figure it out. That hired person followed the cow around and discovered that the cow had given birth to twins. The mother made one of the babies stay out in the field each night instead of bringing that one in. The investigator begged the farmer to let the mother keep her calf, but the farmer refused.
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I can’t imagine cows going extinct unless we take away all their land.

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