Never before has there been so much attention paid to when and where a cow might go!
This morning, a small herd of three cows came into the centre of Adelaide - on Victoria Square - to test their potential at picking a winner at this weekend's South Australian election.
Poll Hereford cow Dolly was tasked with selecting a potential premier out of Steven Marshall and Peter Malinauskas, via its toilet decisions.
The cows are no stranger to the spotlight - in 2018, this representative from the Barossa-based Herd of Hope charity went onto Bondi Beach in Sydney to raise awareness about organ donation in regional Australia.
Today, as well as providing another angle on election coverage for radio station Mix 102.3, it was also a chance to remind politicians of the importance of regional SA and health in the regions, according to Herd of Hope founder Megan McLoughlin.
"Let's be honest, rural health is in a terrible state at the moment in our state and nationally," she said.
"Ninety-three per cent of Australia's economy comes from primary production so we've got to support our farmers in rural areas."
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Even sitting Premier Steven Marshall got involved, when he discovered the set up while walking past.
He spent some time encouraging Dolly, calling the event "surreal".
While there was some early excitement, it was just aimed at the Mix 102.3 signage.
After about an hour of waiting and watching, it was bringing some other cattle into the pen was what resulted in a decision - although we won't comment on whether it was Dolly or herdmate Amy that made the prediction.
Herd of Hope provides support for transplant recipients and donor families in rural and regional areas.
A major fundraising project is the sale of cattle from the herd.
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