Carrie Underwood Reveals What Her Son Named Their New Cows and What Animal Is Joining Their Farm Next
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher recently added two cows to their ever-growing farm and the superstar recently revealed that their…
Carrie Underwood and Mike Fisher recently added two cows to their ever-growing farm and the superstar recently revealed that their son, Isaiah, had the honor of naming them.
Fisher gifted Underwood with the cows as an early Christmas present after attending a cattle auction last week.
“Carrie Underwood wanted cows for Christmas,” he wrote on Instagram at the time. “Merry Christmas babe!”
The cows joined the Fisher family farm after their five horses moved into their “forever barn” (as Underwood calls it) and their front pasture was left empty.
“My husband said, ‘what would you like for Christmas’ and I said ‘I would like cows,’” the Oklahoma native recalled during an interview with Country Now and other media. “Just for pets, you know… He went and got me a couple of cows. They’re good! I mean, I love animals. Cows are probably my favorite animal because I grew up with them and I think they just have such personalities and I just can’t wait to really get to know ours.”
The couple’s 5-year-old son selected the perfect names for the pair.
“My son named them brownie and Oreo because one’s brown and one is black and white,” she revealed.
Earlier this year, Underwood and Fisher welcomed chickens to their farm and the family even took up beekeeping over the summer.
So what’s next for the Fisher fam?
“I think our next [animal] is going to be donkeys because they’re good to have as far as, like, coyotes go on the farm, so I think that’s probably our next thing on the list,” she said, adding, “And I feel like we can just keep getting more and more chickens!”
Underwood recently wrapped a whirlwind week of media appearances in support of her first-ever Christmas album, My Gift, and her HBO Max special, My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood.
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