The latest addition to a Sterling, Conn., farm has the markings of one divine bovine.
Davis didn’t notice it at first, but there was no missing it once the calf’s coat dried.
“I almost fell over,” Davis, 45, told the Bulletin. “I felt like I should be on my knees.”
The farmers named the cow Moses and told the Bulletin they hope the cow is a sign that there is hope for the dairy industry or that things wil get better.
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