The latest addition to a Sterling, Conn., farm has the markings of one divine bovine.
Davis didn’t notice it at first, but there was no missing it once the calf’s coat dried.
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“I almost fell over,” Davis, 45, told the Bulletin. “I felt like I should be on my knees.”
The farmers named the cow Moses and told the Bulletin they hope the cow is a sign that there is hope for the dairy industry or that things wil get better.
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