Not many people have a view of the back of a barn outside their front door. I can't believe we talked about tearing this barn down, when we first moved back here. I love it being there!
I've fed Secret now, so she's occupied. But now that she's practically in my front yard and knows where I live, she can be heard bellowing at me until I get out there and give her some hay every morning.
And those horses? They've been fed too. But when I let Sadie out in the morning, they're all up here in front of the tin shed looking at me with hungry eyes. Blue usually nickers when he sees me, too, as if to say, "Aren't you going to feed us? We're hungry!"
When the grass is lush and green, Secret can wander with the horses. Horses aren't good at sharing their meals, though. So as long as they're being hand-fed their hay, Secret stays separate.
You'll need to turn down your sound due to wind noise, but here's a nice, relaxing video of Secret enjoying her hay.
I think she has lovely horns. Under normal conditions, all breeds of dairy heifers are de-horned, usually with caustic paste shortly after birth; so the horns never emerge. Horns can be dangerous, even on a friendly cow. But I happen to like the look of a cow with horns, so there she is.