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chuikov

COW site

This cow got stuck in the leg of a tower. The workers apparently got it out. I didn't take this one personally.

COW site
chuikov, Oct 20, 2006
City:
Cowtown
State:
Montana(MT)
Camouflaged/Stealth Cell Site?:
No
    • Gman
      Is that real ? Why would a cow do that ?
    • JFB
      :headscrat Great picture.

      Is this just an electrical tower, or also a cell site?
    • Fire14
      That's amazing, I wonder what made her do this?
    • chuikov
      Yep, it's an electric tower. Not a cell site as far as I know, but I thought the photo was pretty funny - especially in light of the COW acronym.

      This photo was passed around the engineering crowd and I thought it might draw a few laughs...I hope PETA doesn't get mad :wink:

      I didn't take that photo, but it comes from reliable sources - ie: not a website lift or photoshop.

      PS: The cow may have done that because they can get used to sticking their heads into steel racks in the barn in the case of milk-cows, or in feeding areas for beef cattle. They sometimes get treats like corn when they assume that position.
    • Jay2TheRescue
      Ok, mean guy talking here now. Worst case scenario is that you cut the cow out, then have ribs & steaks that night for dinner!

      -Jay
    • RJB
      HAHA that is funny stuff
    • bobolito
      LOL! Now that's what I call a COW! LOL!
    • Yankees368

      .....MOOOOOOO
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