|As you can see, they are on pasture and they are recycling kitchen waste.|
|If you look closely, you will see the cow's horn poking through the side of the waste paper basket about 3 inches from the rim.|
One of the things that I learned as a deer hunter is that human's have a distinctive foot-fall. We make a prolonged "crunch" as we walk due to our heal-strike and foot roll. Hooved animals make a short, "thud" with each hoof strike. The cadence of hoof strikes of a feeding animal is usually random while walking humans is as regular as a metronome.
I did my best walking imitation of a feeding heifer. That, and the fact that she would not see made it a snap to walk upon her and pop the basket off.