Cows eat grass. And after they’ve eaten all the grass, they eat hay. This usually happens at Bloodwood in the tight months of February and July. Often though, to keep the herd productive we supplementary feed them pasture cut and baled during the height of spring. That’s where Sarge Barker comes in. In fact our herd is so used to the sound of his little green Triton utility coming in that they erupt into a frenzy of salivation and lactation and stampede in his general direction as he enters Griffin Road. He then pulls out his butcher’s knife and lets the hay have it..while telling the herd Dad jokes..If they only knew.