Holy Cow [rimshot]

by in View All Posts, June 30th, 2009

A Hare Krishna group in West Virginia (who knew?), faced with what appear to be mounting cases of dissatisfied cows, has launched the nation’s first adopt-a-cow program, allowing you to provide care for a retired cow for $108 a month — or, should that prove too pricey for you, you can feed a workaday cow for $51 a month instead.  And you should definitely click through to the WSJ article on it; the cow-profile woodcut is worth the price of admission.

Charlie, meanwhile, has been doing his part. He’s already adopted three. [via]

Rupa Bhattacharya, Culinary Writer

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Comments (3)

  1. […] of cow suicides, I think we have a full-blown cow crisis on our hands. Too bad an airlift to the West Virginia Hare Krishna cow sanctuary would probably be too tricky to stage from Switzerland… […]

  2. Elsa Gillum says:

    Really nice layout and great subject matter, absolutely nothing else we need :D.

  3. I’d have to check with you here. Which can be not one thing I usually do! I appreciate reading a post that can make folks think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment!

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