If you want to give your kids a memory they will hold in their hearts forever have a got an idea for you. To be honest? This is something even adults would like you to experience.

There is a place called M&N Farms in Chesterfield that has an adorable Highland calf named Ella May. She was born in March and arrived at the farm on April 1. (No, no joke.) She is a miniature cow.

Let me explain this part first.

Mini Highland is a breed of cow that originated in Scotland. They are typically fluffy, well-tempered, super friendly and cuddly creatures that normally grow up to be only 36 to 42 inches high at most.

Of course, Ella May is still much smaller than that. They come in colors like brown, red, silver and others. Ella May seems so far to be between a brown and reddish brown.

Kaylin Bassett is a photographer and her father teaches horseback riding at M&N Farms. Ella May is not the first baby Mini Highland cow to grace the farm.

When I brought home my first baby mini cow, the kids would always help brush and walk him around the farm," Bassett explained. “Since baby cows need to be fed by bottle three times a day, I decided to open this up to the public.

That’s right. Customers can come to M&N Farms and bottle-feed this cuddly cutie until about mid-June when she’s weaned.

For $125 for a group of up to six you can bottle-feed this sweetie. You can even arrange to have professional photos taken of the whole thing. Plus you get to visit other animals there at the farm. Who wouldn’t love this?

Here’s her website where you can see not only Ella May’s photo but the other mini cows as well.

M&N Farms is on Extonville Road in Chesterfield, New Jersey. More info at Basset’s Memories in a Frame Facebook page.

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