Tough girl Fayth thought she could handle a milking session. Locked to the milking frame by her collar, with her hands cuffed behind her back, she was feeling quite confident… until we applied some extra heavy nipple clamps! They pinch extra hard! We gagged Fayth for what was to come: pulling off the nipple clamps followed by the goat milker on full power. Fayth moaned and wriggled, this was a lot harder than she had expected! Her nipples are very sensitive and they got very puffy in the goat milker cups! Quite an extreme session for a first timer. We felt sorry for Fayth so we gave her a magic wand to play with after her session. Aren’t we the nicest farmers ever?
Little Lanta is a cute young gymnast and contortionist. She is super flexible and she has to practice her skills every day. But when she was stretching and bending, our eyes were fixed on her wonderful round udders poking out of her gymast outfit. Lanta is hot! We decided to capture her and add her to the herd, because we don’t have a gymnast HuCow yet! Imagine the possibilities! We can milk her in any position we can think of! And we did exactly that, bending her over a milking frame and using the goat milker to pump her cute udders. Then we put her into a split position to milk her even more! Little Lanta didn’t even know what happened to her, she was shocked. Don’t worry, she will get used to her new life :) If you have any other suggestions for creative milking positions with our gymnast HuCow, comment below!
Our Shay is one of the most sensitive HuCows in the herd. She can not handle a lot of milking. Shay gave birth not long ago so milk still flows a little from her udders. She is always whimpering a little when the cups are applied. The goat milker might be worse for her than the more powerful cow milker, because the cup openings are smaller and Shay’s big nipples tend to get puffy really fast. Shay definitely needs a lot of restraints when she is milked or she would actually pull the cups off! Still, we are very proud to have her in the herd, diversity is very important in our barn!