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Cow Lovers: Enjoy This Priceless Photo Print

Cow Lovers: Enjoy This Priceless Photo Print

Regular price $20.00 USD
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If you're a cow lover, it will be tough to pass up this priceless photo moment with a friendly cow  that's licking its chops. The print is from Michael Murray Photography at Keepsake Photo Gifts.

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The cow was captured in 2023 near Peninsula, Ohio. Michael wandered down the road from the Ohio Turnpike and found the cow at a nearby farm. Enjoy the photo or share it as a gift for family and friends.

This cow poster has a partly glossy, partly matte finish and it'll add a touch of sophistication to any room.

• 10 mil (0.25 mm) thick
• Slightly glossy
• Fingerprint resistant
• Paper sourced from Japan

This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!


Why people like to look at cows:

There are several reasons why people enjoy looking at cows:

Calming and peaceful: Cows have a gentle and calming presence. Watching them graze leisurely can be a relaxing and stress-reducing experience.

Charming and curious: Cows have large, expressive eyes and a gentle demeanor that many find endearing. Their curious nature and playful antics can be entertaining to watch.

Connection to nature: Seeing cows in fields can evoke a sense of connection to nature and simpler times. This can be particularly appealing for people who live in urban environments.

Aesthetic beauty: Cows come in a variety of colors and patterns, which some people find visually appealing. The rhythmic movement of their bodies as they graze can also be mesmerizing.

Nostalgia and childhood memories: For many people, cows are associated with happy childhood memories of visiting farms or spending time in rural areas. These memories can contribute to their positive feelings towards cows.

What cows eat:

Cows are herbivores and primarily eat grasses, legumes, and other plants. They spend most of their day grazing and ruminating, which is the process of chewing and re-chewing their food to extract the maximum nutrients.

In addition to grasses and legumes, cows may also eat:

  • Hay
  • Silage (fermented feed)
  • Grains such as corn and oats
  • Vegetables and fruits

The specific diet of a cow will depend on its age, breed, and the availability of food sources.

How big are cows:

Cows vary in size depending on their breed and age. On average, a mature cow can stand between 4 and 6 feet tall at the shoulder and weigh between 1,000 and 2,000 pounds. Some larger breeds, such as the Holstein, can weigh up to 2,500 pounds.

How cows are used:

Cows are primarily used for their milk and meat. Dairy cows are bred specifically for milk production, while beef cows are raised for their meat.

In addition to milk and meat, cows can also be used for:

  • Leather and other animal products
  • Draft animals (pulling carts or plows)
  • Manure for fertilizer
  • Religious and cultural purposes

The way cows are used can vary depending on the culture and region.




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"I've been enjoying Mike's photos online for years. His photos have a way of making things very familiar to me more beautiful than I remember. They bring me a lot of joy. He helps me appreciate the beauty around here. I finally own one of "Tree Farm Trail" photos; now I have the beauty in my home. Mike takes an ordinary, familiar landscape and makes it absolutely beautiful."

Laurie Zahar
Strongsville, OH

“We are thrilled with the bridge picture. WE LOVE IT!"

Cindi Mcllnay
Cuyahoga Falls, OH

"Mike's photo brings me joy to look at. It's my favorite area to run on the towpath, in Peninsula. Mike made the purchase of the digital image super easy."

Bryan Warnick
Cuyahoga Falls, OH