It’s the first time in our country we are celebrating the first birthday of our cow.
It is our first cow in Australia, the first cow we have ever produced in the country, the only one of its kind.
We have a cow named Fiona, who we have raised for six months and she has been the most amazing cow we know.
We were not expecting Fiona to give birth until mid-November, and for the first few weeks she did not get milk.
We were very lucky to have a very supportive mum, and a cow whose milk is her life.
But we soon realised that Fiona needed to be breastfed and her milk would be used to feed other cows and her calves.
We have had some very happy cows, and I’m glad to have them as part of my family, but Fiona is different.
She has never been in a cow pen before.
So, what are the cow tipping tips for when you’re feeling like you’re not getting enough milk?
The good news is you don’t need to do anything.
Just let your milk flow.
And, while we are all trying to make the most of Fiona’s milk, we are also looking after the cows.
For the first three months, we have been taking her milk and giving it to other cows, but now she needs to be given milk and milk to feed.
When we found out Fiona had been left in the pens, we started putting milk in her crate, and it has been great to see her grow.
We don’t know what she is going to do after the calves are born, but for now, we just want her to have some milk to eat and to help feed them.
I think it’s important to acknowledge the cows are part of your family, and we’re all part of the family, so we’re going to be a good mother to Fiona and she will benefit from the milk that is in her bottle.