A look back on your favorite farm photos of the year.
It’s been more than two years since we began posting The Daily Moo on Cabot’s Facebook page. These are pictures taken by some of our 1,000 farm family owners, showing life on the farm from their cows’ point of view.
Each picture has a caption that tells how Cabot Cows feel about life on the farm. Some of the images are inspiring, others are funny, and some might make you sigh or even shed a tear. The Daily Moo was created to give you a glimpse into life on a Cabot farm and show the love, care, and constant devotion our farmers shower on their beautiful bovines.
Here are the Top 10 Daily Moo photos of 2016, according to our army of devoted Facebook friends, friends we like to call The Cabot Moo Crew. If you’re not following us on Facebook, why not give us a quick “like” and see how much fun we’re having. There’s so much more than cute cow pics, you’ll also find great recipes, links to fun blog posts, health and fitness information and much more. See you on Facebook!
1. Our Valentine’s Day post featuring the adorable Pecan, with a heart right on her forehead, was a huge hit with more than 7,000 likes. It was our most liked post of the year!
2.Carlwood Farm sent us this sweet pic of a calf and her favorite Farmer. That’s what real love looks like.
3. Here’s another precious baby with a heart on her head. She’s a newborn snapped by her farmer at Wheeler Farm.
4. Greenbacker’s Brookfield Farm knows all about keeping their calves warm and Cabot proud. Here’s little Matti in her seriously cute coat.
5. Evidently our Facebook friends like to see pictures of cuddly calves in cute coats. Here’s another darling girl in her Cabot finery taking in the winter weather.
6. This little Cabot farmer from Tiashoke Farm just got new pink glasses and had to show them to her best barn buddy.
7. This curious cutie just had to stick her head out to say good morning to all her Facebook friends.
8. Lots of people loved this picture of Harriet and her pink striped halter. Harriet lives with her farm family on Elm Farm in Woodstock, CT.
9. Take one cute cow and add two cuddly kittens. Now that’s a recipe for an adorable photo opportunity. This one was taken at Flood Brothers Farm in Clinton, ME.
10. This little nugget from Fort Hill Farm is just learning how to take her first steps. That special moment was captured by her favorite Farmer.
We hope you treasure these wonderful pictures as much as we do. For lots more, join us on Facebook for the #DailyMoo!
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Candace Karu reports on all there is to discover and love about food and farming as well as communicating Cabot’s mission to support community, volunteerism, and sustainability. Whether online, on air, or in person, her job is to amplify the passion and commitment of the 1,000 farm families who own Cabot. When Candace is not representing Cabot, she lives, cooks, and works out in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.