Westville, WI According to the news in this little known Wisconsin Town, Female cattle, aka cows, have been developing extremely large "udders".
The Dairy Farmers' Digest reported this in their last issue published in June of 2008, but no one seemed to pay much attention to it or to even take an interest in it.
Dan Knackfield of Westville who is the owner of six such Bovines with extra large udders, wrote to the DFD and sent pictures to the publication as well.
"My cows have such HUGE udders they are stepping on them when they come in from the pasture to be milked" wrote Knackfield to the DFD.
Dairy Farmers' Digest after looking over the photos submitted by farmer Knackfield decided to send a reporter to Westville, Wisconsin to do a story on this phenomenal situation.
After finally arriving in Westville, the reporter found his way to the Knackfield Dairy Farm and approached the farmer with notebook in hand and digital camera swinging from his neck.
"So Mr. Knackfield, show me those udders".
Three weeks later with no response from their reporter, the DFD contacted farmer Knackfield to ask of their reporters' whereabouts.
"Well"....drawled the farmer in a deep midwestern drawl, "your reporter is now employed by me here in Wisconsin as my head hand milker".
The DFD editor could not believe that their top reporter would give up such a lucrative job with their publication to work for a dairy farmer milking cows.
Farmer Knackfield couldn't be happier, as the six over uddered bovines are giving more milk than ever, due to the soft, constant fondling of his head hand milker.