Coming from the Gold Coast which is an urban coastal city you wouldn’t think we would have much to do with cows. Fortunately this area is just a strip and behind the Gold Coast is some wonderful hinterland and rolling hills. Down a little the northern rivers area of New South Wales was used predominantly as a dairy area until its collapse in the recession. There are still a lot of areas though for raising cattle and only a 20 minute drive inland or south and you will find them.
Out the back of the Gold Coast in one of the many valleys we found some dairy cattle patiently waiting to be milked. This valley is rife with agriculture and cattle having a rich volcanic soil and being part of the scenic rim.
Looking further afield the last picture has been taken looking at Mont St Michel in Normandy France where we find cattle grazing with a birds eye view of the island eating in the lush grasslands.
For more Eds challenge cow photos please head on over to his blog here.