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OP here, I'm not exactly sure why the hell they keep mooing. There is also a Rooster that likes to go off. I techinally don't live there ( visiting and staying with my Mum ) so I went back home to the country and it was magical, silence. No random cows.
By Anonymous - / Friday 12 May 2017 16:55 /
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By  WCARlover  |  34

I've lived next to a farm with dozens of cows for years and hardly ever hear the cows...and if I do it's like one or two moo's at a time. I'm curious what causes your town's cows to be so rambunctious :p also earplugs can do wonders.

By  JadeMinu  |  10

Maybe it's time to moooooooove again hehhe ;P

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By  WCARlover  |  34

I've lived next to a farm with dozens of cows for years and hardly ever hear the cows...and if I do it's like one or two moo's at a time. I'm curious what causes your town's cows to be so rambunctious :p also earplugs can do wonders.

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  zeemonster424  |  15

Usually the cows carry on when their calves are taken away. I've heard this the last couple days, but it will eventually calm down. I've lived in the country all my life and the cows are pretty quiet.

By  JadeMinu  |  10

Maybe it's time to moooooooove again hehhe ;P

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  C8H18  |  33

The only cattle ranches that have a instantaly recognizable odor to them are the ones that leave the cattle in cramped enclosures. It's very likely there could be free range cattle nearby. You wouldn't notice any smell.

By  species4872  |  19

Near a Maccas are you?

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