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Walk towards them or to their side and they will move for you. If there's a pet bovine that will not move away if you walk towards it, then you can best get it to move by getting it to follow you in the direction you want it to go. Shouting, whooping, or making any loud noise may also get cattle to move, albeit in a bit of a hurry!
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