It was a beautiful spring day on a farm in southeastern Wisconsin.
The sun was warm and the breeze was brisk.
The cows were grazing, the chickens were laying eggs, and a dozen or so young cows were enjoying a milkshake.
A pair of friends was playing tag with the cows, and the game went viral.
The social media chatter that followed the video was intense.
People were praising the farmer and praising the cow.
People wanted to see the cow again.
A few days later, the farmer was back on his farm, having made a deal with the dairy company.
The deal was a win-win: the farmer got the cows for free, the dairy paid the $3,000, and, according to the dairy’s website, “the dairy will produce 100% of the milk we sell.”
The cows had no idea what was in store for them, but they understood.
In just six months, the farm’s owners had raised nearly 100 cows and sold about 200 pounds of milk.
The farm was on the brink of a big expansion, but instead of going into bankruptcy, the farmers were able to refinance and grow the business.
They were able not only to buy the farm back, but also to sell it at a profit.
The farmer was happy, and he was happy because the cows were making him a lot of money.
They paid him $30,000 per cow.
This is what the average American dairy farmer makes today, according the USDA.
At that point, the cows’ owner was able to sell his farm at a loss, and with the $30 million he made from the sale, he could pay off his debt and get on with his life.
He decided to start a new business.
This new venture would be a luxury lifestyle brand, with a focus on luxury goods.
For $300,000 (or about $300 a pound), the farmer could buy a home.
The new business was called Livestrong.
The brand would be centered around two products: its dairy-free line of products, and its lifestyle line of clothing and accessories.
The product that the farmer chose was called the Livestrain.
A traditional cow, its head covered in a straw hat, was positioned in front of a wall of shelves.
A small television was positioned on top of the shelves, where the farmer would watch his cows produce milk.
In a video posted on the Livessrong Facebook page, the video shows the cows producing milks for a living, working out in the barn, and making money for the farm.
The videos have been viewed more than 3.4 million times, and it’s clear that people are getting hooked on the lifestyle brand.
Livestreaming the cows has also been a hit with Millennials, a generation of consumers who have been growing up with social media, smartphones, and smartphones.
Livessrs and millennials are all connected.
The Livess Ranchers of America, the company that owns the brand, has been reaching out to millennials, especially those who are interested in getting away from home.
This week, the brand launched a social media campaign to reach these Millennials.
The video is very similar to the video the farmers posted online.
This video, titled “Million Dollar Farmer,” is a typical Livess video.
In the video, the Liviestrain is seen standing in front a large table, surrounded by the milk cows.
It is obvious that Livess is showing off the product line, with cows on a large wooden platform.
There are several videos in the video.
The first video shows one cow in a pasture, with another cow on the side of the field.
A third cow is also in the pasture.
The second video shows another cow being grazed by another cow.
The cow on top, the one on the field, and then the third cow on a table are all shown grazing.
The third cow appears to be standing in the middle of the table, but that cow is actually on a different side of a shelf.
The fourth cow appears on a separate table, as well, as it is grazing on a wooden table.
In one of the videos, the first cow is shown on a shelf in front, with the second cow on another shelf in the distance.
The fifth cow is in the same position, but on a larger table.
The sixth cow appears, and is seen grazing on another wooden table as well.
The seventh cow is grazing in the grass on a second wooden table, and so on.
In this series, the fourth and fifth cows are in different positions on the table.
On the last video, there is a cow grazing on an entire table, with all of the other cows grazing in separate rows.
The eight cow series is also very similar, with eight cows in each video.
There is also a cow in the final video, standing on a desk, as if to say, You know,