The next stop after Wen Wu Temple is the Flying Cow Ranch (飞牛牧场). The Flying Cow Ranch is a tourist attraction ranch in Tongxiao Township, Miaoli County, Taiwan.
Since the time we spent here is only 2 hours, we missed many of the activities here such as milking the cow, eating milk pudding and watching duck marching. Strongly recommended for anyone to want to experience a farm’s life and play with the farm animals.
You will get a bottle of fresh milk which tasted really good with the entrance ticket. Lets the photos show what we did here.
Flying Cow Ranch’s farm house
Green scenery of the ranch. Very calming and fresh air too.
The wooden fence to protect visitors from the farm animals.
Saw this lovely cow couple dating on the grass field.
The cows kissing each other’s head.
Eating grass, messy mouth.
Showing cute face with shiny eyes to ask for food. They sell corn leaves for you to feed them.
The sheep and the goat, or is it a lamb? I’m not too sure.
Path inside the Flying Cow Ranch. So green and so nature.
Feeding milk to the goat.
Can buy a bottle of milk to feed the goats.
Saw this little kid feeding the goat
Ducks. There are duck marching show here but we were late for it.
Waiting for his turn patiently
The cow with wings!
Rabbit. Nice scenery of Flying Cow Ranch It was really dark when we were leaving the ranch. Luckily I brought my EDC flashlight, the EagleTac D25A Clicky. Next day, we visited Yeliu (Chinese: 野柳; pinyin: Yěliǔ) which is a cape in the town of Wanli, New Taipei, Taiwan.
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