A school closed. People went home. The cows stayed behind. Who would take care of them?
Lots of people asked to help! They fed and milked the cows. They took great care of the herd.
Read More: The University of Vermont has 100 dairy cows. Students learn by taking care of the Holsteins. The coronavirus closed the school. No one was there to take care of the cows. School leaders asked for help. Dozens of people volunteered. Herd manager Matt Bodette is thankful for the cow helpers. “I will never forget them,” he says. Colossians 3:23 tells us, “Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men.”