Review: Anakana Schofield on the Secret Life of Cows

Fictional and literary bovines are infrequent. There are some sturdies who’ve kept us company on the page—in Animal Farm, the Nordic sagas’ Aðumbla, the occasional Christmas carol (The Cattle are lowing...), and A.L. Kennedy’s great memoir about bull fighting. On cow psychology and animal handling, Temple Grandin’s work has been vital. Last month Big Co…

This post is for paying subscribers