Very, very funny and so applicable for anyone who has lived in the country
Bought for my retired dairy farmer brother in law as a Christmas present He loved it.
OK It s about what it say it is His other book any fool can be a pig farmer is much better though.
gave this to dairy farmer husband went down very well seemed to recognise some situations in book so far thank you
The Young James Robertson Set Out For The Beautiful, Badger Haunted Fields Of Devon To Turn Grass Into Gold Via The Medium Of Milk It Only Took An Encounter With His First Cow To Realize That He Would Need The Survival Instincts Of The SAS If He Were To Live To Appreciate This Rural Idyll His Cows Did Not Seem To Live Up To Their Public Image Of Placid Benevolence And Created A Working Environment As Ruthless As That Of The London Advertising Agency From Which He Had Escaped There Were Cows With Sharpshooter Hooves An Amorous Bull Set On Enjoying The Favors Of A Neighbor S Herd Or Even Those Of The Farmer Himself, Should He Turn His Back And The Terrible Tyranny Of A New Born Calf The Authors Sharp Observations And Memory For Detail Ensure That All These Humorous Possibilities Are Fully Exploited