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Discussion in 'Everything else Archive' started by FarmerNite, Feb 21, 2015.

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  1. FarmerNite

    FarmerNite Forum-Apprentice

    Hello ... Just a newbie question here... I was just having a convo with a friend and something came up that sparked my curiosity. I am not sure if I am posting in the right place so please forgive me if I didn't.

    I was told there are cow milk trees... lol thats funny in itself, but my question is.. do they moooooooo when you harvest them? :music:o_O
     
  2. wolfeyesone

    wolfeyesone Board Veteran

    Great idea for the suggestion thread xD
     
  3. FarmerNite

    FarmerNite Forum-Apprentice

    lol nooooo this is not a suggestion... I was really wanting to know, but I guess from your response it doesn't huh? :(
     
  4. wolfeyesone

    wolfeyesone Board Veteran

    Hello Farmer Nite
    No, I don't remember the milk trees mooing but then I usually have all sounds off, soooo
    since I didn't want to give you incorrect information, I actually turned the sounds back on to confirm this, just for you :) and no they definitely don't moo, the sound it makes is more like spit hitting a spittoon or for a nicer picture a drop of milk landing in a pail...HTH
    Enjoy you farming experience :)
     
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  5. davidb1yth007

    davidb1yth007 Board Veteran

    Milk trees is a really good idea, as I milked cows for a while and the problem with them is not moo-ing but it does rhyme with that!!xD
    DB8)
     
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