HuCow 268 moved to the barn

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French HuCow 268 will now be moved to the barn. After her initial intake, she is still very skittish. We don’t know what the previous owner did to her, but she doesn’t like her udders touched. She seems very scared and untrained. The farmer keeps her blindfolded and gagged so she doesn’t bolt, and he tied her udders with rope to give them some constant pressure. Hopefully, the farmer can get her settled in soon, but for now she needs restraints, especially when she gets milked for the first time by the powerful goat milking machine. Don’t worry, she is home now. She will get used to her sessions eventually.

HuCow 268 – new arrival

Please, think before getting a HuCow! During the pandemic, lots of amateur farmers got themselves a HuCow, but now they are returning back to work, they can’t take care of them anymore. We are overwhelmed by the number of requests to take over care for these stray HuCows now. A HuCow takes a lot of attention and care. Frankly, it’s a lot of work. Udders need to be massaged and oiled and milked at least daily. They need food and shelter. Don’t forget exercise! And sexual stimulation!
HuCow 268 came to us from France. We didn’t want to take on any more HuCows, but just look at her udders! Her huge natural udders are so promising, we just had to take her in. This one was not treated very well, she was terrified, so we gagged and blindfolded her to calm her down. We also fitted her collar with a huge bell, so we could hear her move around. The farmer soon tried a first session with her: the milking bed with nipple clamps before AND after milking. Harsh? Yes. But we could tell HuCow 268 was reassured by the whole process, already getting less anxious. She makes mooing sounds and responds well to spanks on her ass. HuCow 268 in good hands now!