Making a mooove


A cow peaks out from inside an animal trailer in the parking lot of Custenborder Field on Friday, Jan. 15. The trailer, being driven by Mike Zoldak, of Rushsylvania, was making a stop so Zoldak could eat lunch. Zoldak’s wife, Julie Zoldak, brought him a meal from Wendy’s because he couldn’t fit the trailer through the Wendy’s drive thru. Zelda was transferring the cows from a farm in Greenville to one in Rushsylvania so the cows would have a better environment for calving.

A cow peaks out from inside an animal trailer in the parking lot of Custenborder Field on Friday, Jan. 15. The trailer, being driven by Mike Zoldak, of Rushsylvania, was making a stop so Zoldak could eat lunch. Zoldak’s wife, Julie Zoldak, brought him a meal from Wendy’s because he couldn’t fit the trailer through the Wendy’s drive thru. Zelda was transferring the cows from a farm in Greenville to one in Rushsylvania so the cows would have a better environment for calving.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

A cow peaks out from inside an animal trailer in the parking lot of Custenborder Field on Friday, Jan. 15. The trailer, being driven by Mike Zoldak, of Rushsylvania, was making a stop so Zoldak could eat lunch. Zoldak’s wife, Julie Zoldak, brought him a meal from Wendy’s because he couldn’t fit the trailer through the Wendy’s drive thru. Zelda was transferring the cows from a farm in Greenville to one in Rushsylvania so the cows would have a better environment for calving.

A cow peaks out from inside an animal trailer in the parking lot of Custenborder Field on Friday, Jan. 15. The trailer, being driven by Mike Zoldak, of Rushsylvania, was making a stop so Zoldak could eat lunch. Zoldak’s wife, Julie Zoldak, brought him a meal from Wendy’s because he couldn’t fit the trailer through the Wendy’s drive thru. Zelda was transferring the cows from a farm in Greenville to one in Rushsylvania so the cows would have a better environment for calving.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/01/web1_SDN011621CowTrailer.jpgA cow peaks out from inside an animal trailer in the parking lot of Custenborder Field on Friday, Jan. 15. The trailer, being driven by Mike Zoldak, of Rushsylvania, was making a stop so Zoldak could eat lunch. Zoldak’s wife, Julie Zoldak, brought him a meal from Wendy’s because he couldn’t fit the trailer through the Wendy’s drive thru. Zelda was transferring the cows from a farm in Greenville to one in Rushsylvania so the cows would have a better environment for calving. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News