Instead of hijacking that other thread. Here is the Immaculate Jumping Cow!
I got Baby at about 3 days old from my Uncle's farm. She was too small to nurse and the mother cow and my Uncle didn't have the patience to take the extra time with her.
This was the one and only cow we ever had. She was raised with a rabbit and then the horses. The vet would comment on how fat she was, never thinking she was bred. Apparently,she squeezed through our electric fence, jumped the neighbors fence and them came back without us knowing she was missing. Meaning, this girl is more food motivated than nooky motivated.
You can see her son "Bo" behind her. We had no problems figuring out who Dad was. He is much larger than she is.
I clicker/target trained her. It makes dealing with a cow a lot easier. She leads, loads, ties, bathes, picks up front feet, and you can sit on her back. I could probably teach her to ride fairly easily.