By Andrew Prentice For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 03:44 BST, 5 May 2021 | Updated: 03:44 BST, 5 May 2021
An angus cow was left thoroughly unimpressed recently after being covered in spider webs during the arachnid's breeding season.
Taking the opportunity to graze on a property in Woolsthorpe, a rural village in western Victoria, the cow soon regretted the choice of field, with a spider quickly covering the majority of the animal's face.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Graeme, a local resident from Woolsthorpe, told ABC Ballarat the plethora of webs appear on his grass every April and May.
'A number of spiders spin their webs on my grass every autumn,' he said.
An angus cow (pictured) was left thoroughly unimpressed recently after being covered in spider webs when grazing
'This angus cow ended up with a face-full while grazing.'
The recent floods in some parts of NSW saw thousands of spiders forced to climb to higher grounds in a bid to avoid the torrential rainfall.
Graham Milledge, an