Can they chew their cud, standing up?
|Checking the cattle at our place one morning before leaving for work, to make sure all is well.|
So now we know. I must remember to tell Emil.
Meanwhile, in the farm-machinery education department, in which I remain a novice:
|He's about to hook the tractor up to the hayrake. I know what it is because he said, "I thought I'd rake some hay while the sun shines" or somesuch.|
|He's driven the tractor and hayrake across the road and opened the thing up, and now ... don't ask me what he's doing.|