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Where to see Highland cattle
OK, OK, I knew you’d want to get to the main question. You came here for some views of coos. (Actually, further down our article you’ll find some interesting stories about Highland cattle and how important they were in the Highlands.)
There are many icons of Scotland. Thistle, bagpipes, tartan, shortbread and so on. And the Highland cow. Yes, nothing says Scotland like this hirsute bovine. (Thought I’d get the synonym out of the way early on!) OK, let’s sort out the words before we start. Coo is Scots for cow. Hielan (rhyming with sea-man) is the way we pronounce Highland (sometimes - it depends on how Scottish we feel). And ‘hairy’ is exactly how we pronounce ‘hairy’ - and hence hairy coos.. read on to find out where to see Highland cows Read More >>>
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