The Next time you come close to a herd of cows or when you see one or more of them in a fair or somewhere, listen carefully to the sounds they make because …. science claims that all cows “Moo” in a dialect specific to the region from which they come.
Therefore, cows from Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and other states will, reportedly, moo in a distinctive southern accent. Cows conversing in New England will exhibit certain intonations equal to the regional diction of states such as New York.
So, until we meet again, “Moooo, y’all!”
The picture of the cow here comes from PIXABAY.