Night Night, Farm by Amy ParkerMoo moo, cows!
Baa baa, sheep!
When the sun sinks low down on the farm, the animals are all tuckered out from the day’s adventures. Join these adorable farm animals in pajamas as they say night night to the farm, to their mommies and daddies, and to God.
Your little ones will sleep until the rooster crows knowing that the God who made them loves them too.
Night night, farm!
Amy Parker’s children’s books have sold more than 800,000 copies including two Christian Retailing’s Best award-winning books and the bestselling A Night Night Prayer. She lives outside Nashville with her husband and two children.
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I've lived next to a farm with dozens of cows for years and hardly ever hear the cows I'm curious what causes your town's cows to be so rambunctious :p also earplugs can do wonders. I live next to a cattle ranch and it's nonstop mooing all day and night. I'm curious about the quietness of your neighbor's cows. Usually the cows carry on when their calves are taken away. I've heard this the last couple days, but it will eventually calm down.
Meanwhile back at the Ranch! Last night was a restless night due to one cow who mooed the whole entire night The quietness at the end of the day started to envelop the house. The silence of the country night was lulling us into a much needed relaxing slumber. I was drifting in and out of slumberland, but I keep hearing something
Listen Listening Why do cows moo? But researchers today are trying to figure out exactly what cows are saying. When cows change environments, like moving from one farm to another, they will moo to try to connect with their friends as they figure out their new surroundings. When you enter the cafeteria, you look for your friends. Cows often do the same thing when they get off the trailer that brought them to a new location.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. Well I notice the farmer put the cattle in a small pen like there bunch up together with no food or water. Last night i believe he put them up around 7 or something.. I don't know any farmers that do that I come from farm people and i have never seen or heard of this. However when cows moo most of the night there is a problem such as a predator sneeking around