A boy and his heifer got attention on Iowa State Fair dairy kettle show

Some people have a strong bond with animals. I’m going to tell you about that kind of story. This is about Mitchell Miner and his cow Audri and their participation in the Iowa State Fair dairy kettle show. One day after completing many works, Mitchell felt exhausted, and he took to a nap. Audri also was there, and it has provided love and warmth to the sleeping prince, Mitchell. Then his father came in and snapped a photo of them snuggling side by side and shared with the caption of “Our son Mitchell and his heifer after showing yesterday.” Actually, it was a fantastic capture, and it has shown the bond between humans and animals. It has famous across the world. People have given a name for this boy and cow bond as “unspoken connection”.

Mitchell’s parents grew up on a farm, but now they are not there. But they need their children to connect to their roots. Therefore, the family borrows animals for the summer and offers a feel of farm life for their children.

Jeremy Miner, Mitchell Miner’s father, elaborated his word to social media about the love and care it takes to be a farmer and raise animals by considering all comments regarding this capture as a response.

“Livestock is raised with more blood, sweat, tears than you will ever understand unless you choose to make your living from it. Livestock are raised with their well-being, being of the utmost Importance. Their health, comfort & well-being take precedence over our own. … That bond is different because we know that in the end, these animals are here for a purpose, food. Whether it’s milk or meat, we know that some day, they will fill hungry bellies. It’s never been about farmers not caring about animals. Farmers know that this is the reality of raising livestock. To say my son, or my family don’t know what’s going to happen to this heifer couldn’t be farther from the truth. The problem today is that fewer & fewer people don’t know where there food comes from, nor are they willing to accept the way that food gets to their table because nobody is willing to teach them this reality,” 

This capture is so adorable. It says thousands of words regarding love and care. Even animals, they need love and care. As humans, we can share our good thoughts with them. 

Recently a picture – of a 15 year-old boy taking a sweet nap with his cow went viral’

Mitchell Miner and his cow: Audri recently participated in the Iowa State Fair dairy kettle show/

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