CINCINNATI — A film promotion organization in Cincinnati is holding a cattle call for actual cattle.
The nonprofit Film Cincinnati put out a vague call for a major motion picture Friday, saying it needed cows for a movie.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reports the request is specific about what types of cows are needed. Only non-milking brown and white cows need apply.
Film Cincinnati says the cows should also be human-friendly, halter trained, and from the same herd.
But it’s unclear what movie is being filmed with the cows. NVG
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