Thirteen steers, heifers and dry cows came up from the back of the monastery farm to graze some new pasture on the road, grass on a neighbor’s land that we’ve never used before.  It’s a great thing to see land coming back into agricultural use after so many years under the brush hog.  All those rumens full to bursting, so when we open gates the cows are almost blase’ about coming up.  The new calves look like something made by Gund.