While I believe that many that live in the Midwest have at least come to appreciate cows, not everyone loves them. There's proof of that as two twins recently had a confrontation with a curious bovine and they had completely different reactions.
It began when a cow made a break for freedom. The result was a chase down an interstate where a bovine had to be lassoed by cowboys that chased her down. The whole episode was captured on video by someone in a helicopter.
Have you ever had kids that escaped at night so they could go to a party? Imagine that, but with cows. A Ring doorbell cam captured the moment when a cow who went rogue ended up marching up and down the neighbor's porch in the middle of the night.
Before writing this, just for fun I googled "What's so great about Wisconsin?" After going though literally hundreds of things that people online said made Wisconsin a wonderful place, I was stunned to see that the word "kangaroos" didn't make a single list.
Wisconsin-produced food has been in the news lately. First, we get the flap about Wisconsinites not being able to buy Ireland-produced KerryGold Butter at their local stores. Now, in an effort to placate their large bovine population, Wisconsin lawmakers are doing something you'd have thought they would have done years ago.