GIVEAWAY: “Possibilities, Moo-n Over Main Street Metropolis”

In the Apr/May 2019 issue of MaryJanesFarm, “Possibilities” (on newsstands March 5), I led you here to my journal for a chance to win one of three FREE copies of my children’s book, Moo-n Over Main Street Metropolis.

A 34-page cowpanion to my fifth book, Milk Cow Kitchen, this adorable adventure story is about a milk cow named Sally O’Mally who finds love in the home of a single mom and her daughter who never gave up hope that someday, they’d have a backyard milk cow. Includes five reader-to-child educational pages that are jam-packed with conversational questions, including an irresistible hands-on project.

For a chance to win, tell me the name you’ve picked out for your someday cow in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-May.

Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

Leave a comment 12 Comments

  1. I love the name Maude!

  2. Michelle Kirby says:

    Amelia Mae Kirby

  3. Carol Womelsdorf says:

    My cow would be in VT and called Daisy

  4. Madison Curley says:

    I just subscribed! I’m going to name our future milk cow Lorie Darlin’ thank you for such a great magazine, cookbooks, and website!

  5. Vickie McMillan says:

    Betsy, always wanted a cow with that name!

  6. Joan Hendrix says:

    I’ve heard of naming cows after favorite aunts or other women in the family. I love this so my cow will be named Daisy for my favorite aunt when I was a girl. She was under 5 ft tall and loved sewing and crafts. Thank you!

  7. Charlotte Spitler says:

    After my grandpa’s favorite sister, Lily Mae

  8. Deb says:

    Mabel Belle :). I love your magazine, my 8 year old daughter and I love to do the crafts together.

  9. Becci Bartz says:

    I have to name my animals (that are meant for food on our table) names that remind me not to make pets out of them. For example our pig was named ‘Dinner”.
    I think I would name her Milk Maiden, not that we would end up eating her for dinner some night, like all the others are destined for, but because I think it’s a cute name……

  10. We had a milk cow named valentine she was born on Valentine’s day and had a white heart on her forhead she was so sweet so would like to have another valentine.
    Or a Daisy May.

  11. Elisabeth Perkins says:

    I almost had a milk cow. (She ended up with tumors in her udder and only had enough milk for her calf. Which, in turn, became a blessing because we were ready for such a large undertaking) Her name was Heidi, Her calf I named Lucy. If I ever get ready for a milk cow, I don’t know what I would name her, because i think I want to “meet” her before I name her. But I think something old, maybe Ethel! That would keep my theme of “I Love Lucy”.

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