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Cows, Rated By Level Of Sheer Cuteness

It’s no secret, cows are some of the cutest and most curious creatures on planet earth.  Today we rank the top 5 cutest cows ever. 

#5 Ankole-Watusi

These special creatures deserve a spot on the list for their enormous horns and cute derpy face.  Ankole-Watusi cows stem from a breed of cattle from central Africa, but has since been domesticated in America.  They are social creatures and enjoy spending time together in large groups.

#4 Holstein Cows

When someone mentions a cow, these beauties are probably the first image to pop into your head. Holstein cattle come from Northern Holland, and are the world’s most widely used breed of cow for dairy production.  A full-grown adult female can weigh up to 580kg (1250lbs)! Just because these cows are common, doesn’t make them any less cute. There’s a reason they made it into emoji form! ๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ„๐Ÿ„

 

Note: Please pay special attention to the Holstein cow’s boppable nose.

#3 Miniature Jersey Cows

Jersey cows are fairly common, but miniature anything is automatically cuter. Miniature Jersey’s reach a the great height of ~3 feet at their shoulders.  They are bred to be used on smaller farms.  Miniature Jersey cows, similar to their larger-breed counterpart, are mostly used for meat or milk.  These cuddly cuties rank in on our list at #3.

#2 Highland Cows

Okay so adding Highland cows to this list is a no-brainer.  If you’ve ever met one IRL, you know they are one of the most majestic animals on the planet.  (They know it, too). Originating from the highlands of Scotland, these beauts can grow quite large.  Males can weight up to 800 kg (1760 lbs), and females 500 kg (1110 lbs).  Highland calves are so cute it should be illegal.

#1 Belted Galloways

These cows are a little less common, and are sometimes referred to as ‘hipster-chic’ cows, due to their perfectly white belt. Belted Galloways (aka belties) are incredibly handsome/beautiful, and can be spotted from a far distance. Belties originate from the Scottish highlands as well, similar to highland cows. There must be something in the grass up there…

Congrats to all the cows who made the list, and even those that didn’t. We love you all!

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