Miniature Cows are below 46 inches high. Among reasons they’re popular - they don’t produce as much methane and are cheaper to feed - some people just like mini cows. Who could blame them? They’re just cuter.

Ever since the Wyoming cattle boom, 1868-1886, we’ve had cows in the Cowboy State (yes, well over twice as many cows to humans), but a trend in the last 20 years is about their size. But will we see an influx from these adorable minis?

There are more benefits of small, over big, as the guy in this video says, "Minis don't tear up the land nearly as much."

Here’s a handsome little Wyoming devil.

Montana has short legs and shorter longhorns.