Re: ha ha
@vnewman: I originally heard that joke as, well, the cow having a controversial procedure instead of actually giving birth.
My favorite farm-related joke, perhaps:
On his way to a gig, a ventriloquist's car breaks down in a rural area near a farmhouse. He knocks on the door and asks if he can use the farmer's phone to call a tow truck. The farmer agrees.
After the phone call, while they're waiting for the truck, the farmer shows the ventriloquist around the farm.
They're in the stables, and the farmer is showing off his prized horses. The ventriloquist decides to have a little fun with the farmer. He asks the horse, "Hello, Mr. Horse! How's the farmer treat you here?"
He then throws his voice; in a high, gruff voice, the "horse" says, "Terrific! He brushes my hair and takes me out for rides every day!"
The farmer is standing there agape. The ventriloquist smirks as the farmer looks the horse over in surprise.
They continue the tour. The farmer takes the ventriloquist outside to the pig pen. Again, the ventriloquist decides to have fun with the farmer. He goes up to the nearest pig and says, "Hello, Mr. Pig! How's the farmer treat you here?"
Then, pulling the same stunt as before, the ventriloquist has the "pig" respond, "Terrific! He lets me roll around in all this cool mud, and slops me every day!"
The farmer is stunned. The ventriloquist stifles a chuckle.
The tour continues. They venture out into the pastures, and come by some sheep grazing. He ventriloquist goes up to one of the sheep and says, "Hello, Mr. Sheep...!"
The farmer pipes up, "THAT SHEEP'S A FILTHY LIAR!"