I went to say good morning to Clara (third from the right) and the girls.

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I wasn’t very keen on them when they first moved into the field right next door to our garden but we are all very good friends now.

Clara told me that they were all waiting to meet Mr Radical-P.   I thought she was talking about a bovine hip-hop artist, but apparently he is going to be giving them all babies soon.  I was a bit shocked because they are only babies themselves really, but Clara said they all had to be 60% to 65% of the average mature weight of the cowherd before they can breed.  So they are eating for England. Anyway,  I am glad they moo-ved in.

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