Sometimes cows just need a little help. The Ingham County Sheriff’s Office in Michigan says a sheriff’s deputy responded to a call about eight loose cows wandering in a road and escorted the animals home. The sheriff’s office says its transport unit responded to the report of the cows blocking the road south of Mason because the department’s county units were busy with other calls. A deputy ended up wrangling the cows and walking them three miles back to the farm they escaped from. The sheriff’s office also shared video of the walk that was captured by the dashcam in the patrol vehicle that followed the deputy as he brought the cows home.