MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Two cows escaped a Milwaukee school and moooved more than 2 miles.
Violet and Daisy are from Vincent Agricultural High School. The school has an urban agriculture program that allows students to study animals like these two cows.
Milwaukee Public Schools said in a press release that the two cows escaped their enclosure Friday and took off on a 2-mile adventure around Milwaukee. The cows, weighing around 600 pounds each, broke through a wooden fence to escape.
Violet and Daisy were reportedly found in the backyard of a Vincent High School student, and taken back to the school with the help of the Milwaukee Police Department, Wenke Trucking and the Wisconsin DNR.
The two cows are back at the school safe and sound. Well, cow about that?
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