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Down Memory Lane

Updated: Aug 27, 2019


This grand matron bison cow seemed like she was deep in thought when I studied her. I wondered what her life had been like up to this point. I saw her in June 2006.


It was rather obvious that she had lived a long life, maybe early teens, and most likely mothered at least 8 calves. Her head and body condition gave way to her fading years.


I noticed her horns were thin and curved back, rather than curved upright. Her head was more rounded and not as flat-faced as her younger counterparts.


And, lastly, as with even aging domesticated animals, they do not shed their winter coats as they did in their youth.

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