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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a field of black and white dairy cows. The cows are grazing on grass in the open field.

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dbnc2
Mar 27, 2017
My todays mystery
I've never seen a purple cow
and hope I never see one
but I tell you I'd rather see than be one
susanjanefgm
Jul 27, 2014
Came up again in mystery! Still enjoyed doing such a peaceful scene!
susanjanefgm
Jul 1, 2014
I see cows every day here in the countryside i..was nice to see the blurb said 'field' - being English of course they are fields - but here in New Zealand - they are paddocks!!
fiestyolelady
Oct 14, 2013
Even older ones are good.
SANTACLAUS
May 19, 2013
Nice to see so many cows in one field, as we do not see a lot of cows in fields nowadays although the supermarkets all ways have plenty of milk on there shelves.Enjoyed this jigsaw thank team for yet another good puzzle.
gilyz
Apr 29, 2013
They look like dairy to me, don't usually mix to two together, not here in NZ anyway
Basinda
Apr 23, 2013
Hope they are all dairy cattle and don' t have to end up on plates. they look so peaceful.
toadalove
Apr 23, 2013
Sometimes they do too. When a milking cow is ready to go down the cow is then put down and butchered rather then the loss of the meat too. My Uncle would call us all and within the day we would all get it ready to be put in several freezers. On a farm nothing is wasted :)
pixipixil
Apr 23, 2013
I've never had a cow but we had two goats. One wouldn't breed as it was a mined gender so the s/he goat ended up stew meat. The other goat--(one was Stardust and the other Skylark) gave us so much milk we couldn't use it all and turned it into cottage cheese and yoghurt.
pixipixil
Apr 23, 2013
That's mixed gender)
jiggler
Apr 25, 2013
I used to have a beautiful big Holstein cow called Daisy Mae. She loved being groomed and was so quiet and affectionate, I could sit right underneath her & brush her tummy!
toadalove
Apr 25, 2013
I remember one time when I was on my sister's horse and said she was nothing but a stupid horse. Well I learned really fast she was not stupid cause she promptly picked up her leg and kicked mine that was in the stirrup. Never called Maggie stupid again :)
sharondarlene
Apr 25, 2013
Busy, busy cows...they love to "chew their cud." Great photo!
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