How many people can recognize the breed?

Having grown up on a farm, I really liked this Canadian farming tattoo, done by Brandon “Fox” Layng at Longhorn Custom Bodyart in Oshawa, Ontario.

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7 thoughts on “How many people can recognize the breed?

  1. Holstien, right? Having had to feed cows a BUNCH of times in the Winter, I am not so fond of the huge stupid brutes. Pigs, even wild boar are much smarter and easier.

  2. Holstein! Stupid black and white cows, but oh, they are tasty. And this particular cow is canadian, which means if I ate it in the states, it would be imported (this would make it doubly tasty, as imported food is better by default).

  3. Tis a Holstein, yup… Yay for being a Wisconsin girl and reinforcing the stereotype.

  4. Haha lovely. Looking at this tattoo only makes me remember one thing from my past: the horrid smell of their food. I’m loving the Holstein though :)

  5. mhm Holstein. Growing up on a canadian farm and being part of the 4-H thing when i was little (yes, laugh all you want), I tend to recognize these things.

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