Because of COVID-19 my family is trying to be more self-sufficient, and after many weeks of careful planning, we are finally getting our cows. We are picking them up tomorrow at seven pm (we are getting two males, about a year old I believe). The only issue is our two collies (Beau is three years old, and his son Charlie will be a year old in 5 days). They go nuts over cows! If they hear one moo on television even they start barking. My mom is very concerned that they are going to scare the cows (who come from a household with a quiet older hound) who may bolt and wreck the fence, and we live on a road where people drive very fast so it would be bad if they got in the road. Does anyone have any advice on how to properly introduce them so that neither dogs nor cattle freak out? I was thinking begin by letting the leashed dogs sniff the trailer with the cows inside first and calm down, and then let the cows out with the dogs on leashes until they calm down/stop barking. We’re fully confident that they will eventually get used to them, but we’re just worried about the initial meeting. Any advice is appreciated!