Farm Animal Coloring Pages
Do you live in the countryside? Is there a farm near your house? Heck, do you yourself own a farm? Well, congratulations! Lives must be awesome there. For those of you who have never visited a farm before, you definitely should. Works are a bit harder in the farm but there's a lot of exciting things too. People are friendly and the atmosphere is peaceful and enjoyable. I used to stay in my grandma's place. She owns a farm. It's not a big one but she's thankful for it. I helped her feed the cows and sheep. I collected some firewood too. The bugs weren't very nice but I loved cricket's sound the most at night. It was awesome.
Anyway, speaking of living in a farm, here I've got several farm animal coloring pages. Most of them are pretty simple and should be easy enough for preschoolers and kindergarten students. Some animals look cartoonish with wide goofy smiles on their face while some others look slightly realistic. You can find many farm animals in these printables such as hens, sheep, horses, pigs, and of course cows. They're all free to print but remember to keep these farm animal printables for personal use only. Now go and have fun!
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Farm Animal Coloring Pages
Farm Animal Fun Facts
- Turkeys originated in North and Central America, and evidence indicates that they have been around for more than 10 million years.
- The heaviest turkey ever raised weighed 86 pounds, about the size of an average third-grader.
- In addition to nuzzling and snuggling their favorite folks, turkeys produce a purring sound when they are content, just like cats do. Also, turkeys have mood snoods. Their snoods—the flaps of skin that hang down over their foreheads—will change colors from white, to red, to blue depending on how they feel.
- Like snowflakes, no two cows have exactly the same pattern of spots.
- The chicken is the closest living relative to the T-Rex.
- The longest recorded flight of a chicken is 13 seconds.
- In addition to having a complex social structure (that’s where the term “pecking order” comes from), chickens have extensive communication skills. Before they hatch, chicks start peeping to their mothers, who respond with soothing sounds.
- Cows are herbivores, so they only have teeth on the bottom.
- Cows are social animals who form bonds with each other. In a herd of cows, many will form cliques together.
- Cows can sense a storm coming and will lie down.
- Sheep make a bleating sound. A baby lamb can identify its mother by her bleat.
- The goat is among the cleanest of animals, and is a much more selective feeder than cows, sheep, pigs, chickens and even dogs. Goats do eat many different species of plants, but do not want to eat food that has been contaminated or that has been on the floor or the ground.
- Pigs are considered the 4th most intelligent animal (after chimpanzees, dolphins, and elephants).