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Entrancing free reeds

Desert Dancer 07 Oct 10 - 11:38 AM
Steve Parkes 07 Oct 10 - 12:30 PM
JohnInKansas 07 Oct 10 - 01:06 PM
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Subject: Entrancing free reeds
From: Desert Dancer
Date: 07 Oct 10 - 11:38 AM

Accordion. Irresistable. But you knew that, right?

Or maybe it's the cowboy songs?

~ Becky in Long Beach


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Subject: RE: Entrancing free reeds
From: Steve Parkes
Date: 07 Oct 10 - 12:30 PM

Not sure if they like it or not, from their faces! I'd be worried if the fence wasn't there, if I were him.

Wonder what effect a banjo would have?


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Subject: RE: Entrancing free reeds
From: JohnInKansas
Date: 07 Oct 10 - 01:06 PM

Any noise will work, as long as you stand close to where the food usually gets dropped.

They could probably even stand a banjo(?), but I'm not sure a p'whistle would be within their auditory response range, unless you used one of the long ones. I've known farmers who could "whistle them in" but most small herds (that I've seen called to supper) respond quickest to the voice-range "cattle calls" they're used to.

When they're not busy with something important, cows can be quite curious about anything "unusual" - most pasture environs seem somewhat lacking in intellectual stimulants - and a whole herd will tend to follow along if one of the "lead cows" starts walking away from the crowd, so you really only need one "music lover" (or critic?) in the herd to get the effect shown.

John


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