tattoo man- with cattle

I posted this on Instagram and people remarked on the bull… hmm. I thought it was a cow and that lady is maybe milking her? I will have to pull out the fabric (if I have any left) and see the bigger picture!

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I was getting pretty brave with that beard fabric, right?!

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2 thoughts on “tattoo man- with cattle

  1. Many people think if a bovine has horns it’s a bull. I think it’s a cow being milked also from what I can see. I remember once when I was younger my dad wanted me to chase my Grandpa’s bull back into the pasture. He raised brangus beef cattle (no horns). I asked my dad how he could tell it was a bull. It looked like all of the other cattle to me! I don’t even know what my dad told me but I think it threw him for a loop. :-)

  2. Loving that beard fabric!

    I was curious about the horns, so I googled, “Some have been selectively bred not to grow horns, this is known as “polled”, and most Black Angus and Jersey cows are polled, as well as some other individuals in some other breeds. Most dairy cows are dehorned, whereby the horn-bud is removed when they’re a week or so old, so they never grow horns.”

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