I focused on the patterns on a couple of the backs of cows here in the Dairy Barn. This first one was a cow named Eden.
I didn't get the name of this one, but she had a pattern that looked rather like a country.
Here we have more panels- the difference between hay and straw starts.
Milk tanks follow, along with a look through windows at some of the building's milk tanks.
Frequently asked questions are answered here, and information on the dairy industry is addressed by another panel.
I liked the way the light played over this resting cow.
The calves are kept (at least until the weather warms up and the herd gets out to pasture) in a nursery area. Their diet is a mix of hay, regular feed, and mother's milk, presumably bottle fed. Most of them were resting when I first came in, though this first one was up on her feet and lapping up attention from visitors when I came through afterwards.
This pair, side by side, had the names Tinkerbell and Velvet. Tomorrow I bring this series to a close.