In The coming days every news outlet, blog and pair of lips will be talking about the Royal Wedding. I am sure that I will join the choir next week and add my voice to the epic event. But today we have more pressing news and I do not understand why everyone has not picked up on this story. It certainly caught my eye even before my first cup of coffee.
That's right kiddies!! Cow Triplets were born in Montana and they will become all the rage. Before we go on a few facts about this blessed event for educational purposes. The odds of cow triplets being born is 1 in 105,000 birth. The bouncing bovine babies were born to Cow#403 owned by Lance and Erika Chaney, at there Manhattan, Montana ranch. "She likes all three of them, which they say is rare, too," said Lance, 28. When asked what he was going to name the calves, Lance laughed and said they don't have names.
I have decided that these animals need real names; not just numbers. So this Blog will serve as the name suggestion site under the guise of 'Lana's Name That Cow Extravaganza'!!! Lets have some fun and come up with names these cuties can be proud to have on their name tags.
Lets get imaginative and have some fun. Do not worry about names that are gender specific. Sometimes we just have to do things because they make us smile.
I will list all the names sent to me this coming Monday, April 25, 2011. I will also kick us off with some names, that are not imaginative and certainly are to be expected; Moe, Larry & Curly.
Now the ball is in your court. Lets hear those names!!
In A Related Story:
The price of Angus beef is on the rise. A local cattle merchant, in Bozeman, Montana, has named the Cow Triplets 'Ribeye, T-Bone & Sirloin, and has sent me this chart to explain his choices.
HMMM! I smell something fishy here. Well beefy anyway.