She's Hawaii's favorite cow! Generations have known Ms. Lani Moo as the mascot for Meadow Gold.
This is the fifth cow with the Lani Moo title, but since there's no more Meadow Gold in Hawaii, she works at the Honolulu Zoo.
"She's a good ambassador of just dairy cows in general," said zoo keeper Linda Meier.
She's a big girl weighing in at 1,400 pounds. But, it's her reddish-brown coat that really stands out. It's what helped her land the part as Lani Moo. All of the cows were a reddish "holstein" breed.
"The normal color of a holstein is a black and white, but it's a recessive gene," said Meier.
Keepers say her lucky look comes from what she eats. Her diet consists of alfalfa cubes. She gets four pounds in the morning, four pounds for lunch and a lucky five pounds for dinner.
"It's a little higher in nutrients. It has clovers in it and it's a little richer," said Meier.
The cubes are also used to train Lani Moo.
"So, I can get her to move out of the way or when the vet comes for a procedure or something we have a lot more control on her," said Meier.
But, the main question keepers find themselves answering is how often do they milk her?
"The sign over there says we milk her twice a day. But, we don't have to milk her because she's never been bred," said Meier.
Like mammals, if cows never give birth they can't produce milk. It's another fun fact visitors can learn when visiting Lani Moo at the zoo.
Keepers also say Lani Moo's tongue is so rough, when they feed her those alfalfa cubes, they need to be careful to avoid getting licked!
They even have contests to see how many licks they can take on their forearms before it hurts too much.