COOPERSVILLE, Mich.— Mayor Lloyd found a surprise visitor “grazing” on his lawn Wednesday morning.
The Mayor is one of the first people to find a cow staked out in his yard. The cardboard cutout is actually part of a Relay For Life fundraising campaign by a team from Continental Dairy Facilities. Lawns outside the Chamber of Commerce and Downtown Development Authority were also among the first to welcome the herd.
A note accompanying each cow says the "herdsman" of Continental Dairy Facilities, LCC will move the cows if the property owner donates $10. To request the herd be moved to a "pasture" of the property owner's choice, they must donate $15. To ensure the herd doesn't come back and graze again, the property owner can donate $30 to Continental Dairy Facilities' Relay For Life team.