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Topic: The Barnyard (movie)  (Read 680 times)
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« Reply #10 on: September 07, 2006 05:00:43 AM »

Yes, I grew up on a farm in the south and I can assure you that cattle comes only in these forms:

BULLS- all 'male parts' intact and no udders (usually only 1 or 2 per herd)
STEERS- male cattle.. and 'the part' that would enable them to impregnate a
            female cow have been removed. NO UDDERS

COWS- female mature cattle who have given birth or can give milk *have udders
Heifers- Almost adult females  *have udders
Calves- baby cattle

The lady in the movie was knitting so that the 'points' were pointing downward in her lap.. she was actually knitting lace in her lap.. w/ the handles up in the air.. and the ends pointing downward to her lap.  It was strange to say the least.. it was also almost backwards and upside down at the same time???

The movie is adorable and has a great message.  CUTE. other than the male 'cattle' sporting udders..

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