Summer seems to be the time where farmers want to get rid of their HuCows. Please think before you get one! They require attention and care all day long, farming is hard work! We purchased this experienced, well trained HuCow from a local farm and we tagged her with the number 69. She already came fitted with a nose ring! We locked her in our cage, blindfolded and gagged, as to not startle her during the move. We woke her up by squeezing her udders, her movements causing some nice cow bell sounds. We put HuCow 69 straight onto the milking bed with the goat milker, to see if she can already produce some milk. The results were very promising, she immediately started to drip. We suspect the previous owner did not milk her regularly, so we have to get her back on schedule!
Meanwhile, our HuCow Jessy Joy is in the final stages of her pregnancy. Look at her huge belly and enlarged udders with big nipples! She can feel the milk coming in, and it will start flowing immediately after giving birth, but we want her to prepare herself for her production period even before the big event. We are teaching our new pet how to milk herself using the double breast pump. Jessy Joy is pretty exhausted from the changes in her body, but she is very obedient and she has learnt how to use this machine all by herself. Chained to the wall, Jessy is just waiting to give birth, but she can use her time well to practice her milking duties. She will be milked A LOT after she gives birth, we can’t wait!