Sunday, November 21, 2010
I promise I’ll soon be posting about our livestock protection dog research and travels, but in the meantime I’ve got a few other rather entertaining side notes to share. As we traveled in Spain, I noticed there were cautionary signs indicating that cattle were grazing in the area, and those signs included the shape of a rather attractive Spain bull-fighting type of cattle. Should of snapped a photo, but didn’t.
The Portugese cattle signs were very different, as the photo above indicates. But where it got really funny was throughout Turkey. Various areas of Turkey had cattle signs demonstrating entirely different cattle physiques, some emphasizing milk production, while others were more beefy. Sorry the photos aren't clear, but they were snapped through a windshield at a high rate of speed (Turkish drivers are another story).