Actually, it looks like that "cow" is either a bull or a steer.How clear is the communication between species facilitated by Mother Gaia?
Aaaahh...come on. It was a JOKE!
It was a funny joke, too!But that still looks like a steer.I must say, there was a kid in one of my classes in high school, who made mention of the differences between a "boy cow" and a "girl cow". What made that comment such a groaner was that he was not a city kid, and he still asked that question.
Well, to be fair, you can live "in the country" and not be a farmer or rancher.As a horse nut, I hear people ALL the time refer to all baby horses as colts. Or have no idea what a gelding is, or the difference between a filly and a mare.Oh well...
The filly is a virgin, right?Sorry I have been gone so long. I have been buried at work and I still only have the internet there.
WELCOME BACK!!!No, a female horse is typically considered a filly to about 3 or 4 years of age. Then she becomes a mare whether she's been a floozy or not.
You know I was kidding, right? Virgin horses? Yes, that was all the rage in Arabian lands where the 'filly' had to be a virgin. I can hear it, "I killed the infidel because he tried to sell me a floozy mare saying it was a filly. After I checked her out, we buried him in a hill of ants."
Went right over my head. And I should have known, too, because you have a whole FARM full of animals. When I go full retard, I hold nothing back.