We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More infoNine young cows escaped a farmer's field in Middlewich, Cheshire, in the evening of Monday, March 14. The animals made the most of their newfound freedom by exploring the local area.
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A number of the cows headed to a nearby street and gathered in front of two properties.
A picture shows the animals standing awkwardly by the front doors of the houses as they stare through the windows.The hilarious snap was shared on Twitter by Lymm Fire Station.
Moo-ve along, nothing to see here Nine young cows managed to escape in Middlewich this evening, one of which had to be recovered from the nearby canal. Fire crews from Lymm, Middlewich and Bollington moo-ved them to a secure area until we could get them transported to safety pic.twitter.com/QAuOFcAOD7— Lymm Fire Station (@LymmFS)Fire crews from Lymm, Middlewich and Bollington were called to return the cows to their field.
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While most of the animals appeared to congregate in the front gardens of two homes, one unfortunate cow ended up in a canal and had to be helped out.
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"Nine young cows managed to escape in Middlewich this evening, one of which had to be recovered from the nearby canal.
"Fire crews from Lymm, Middlewich and Bollington moo-ved them to a secure area until we could get them transported to safety."
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The post prompted a series of jokes from other Twitter users.One person with the handle @resophonick commented: "You herd it here first."
Another Twitter user, @gazpacholulu, wrote: "I think you're milking the jokes."
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