HuCow 69 was purchased (rescued actually) from a failing farm. She turned out to be very well trained and promising. There’s milk in those big udders already! We just need to get it flowing again. Fortunately, we have the most powerful milker available: the red cow milker. Now this is not for the untrained HuCow, but 69 can handle a lot of torment on her nipples. Especially when she is blindfolded and stimulated with a magic wand to keep her mind occupied. The farmer relentlessly milks her with the red cow milker till she starts to drip milk. He immediately rewards her with a high speed magic wand orgasm, so HuCow 69’s mind will get conditioned that milk drops are a good thing. Very good indeed! Enjoy this perfect session, JOIN now to support our farm and possibly save more abandoned HuCows!
Remember our series of new purchases? HuCow 69 was one of them. She had really well developed udders and her previous farmer had really milked her regularly. It showed, because she produced some drops already on her first session on the goat milker! We are still keeping her blindfolded and gagged to get her used to the new farm. HuCow 69 will need to continue her milking schedule, her big udders are full and heavy. We prepare her with nipple suckers and boob cuffs to get the milk towards the nipples, and they we milk her hard with the electronic breast training machine. We got the same result: more drops! This is very promising. Let’s see where we can get with this one!
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!