this probably qualifies as funny and frustrating...
Years ago on our Missouri lease, I was hunting with my friend Ron. I hit a hot gobbler with an aluminum pot, but he was across the back pasture and off the property. After putting out a jake and a hen decoy, we got into a large brush and woodpile, the only available cover in the pasture before reaching the back fence.
The Tom was hot, answering every call, and getting closer, but taking his time as they often do. I heard a commotion behind us and when I looked about 20 of the farmer's dairy cattle had peeled off from the distant herd, crossed the creek and were closing in on our position. The gobbler was nearing the fence but the cows got there first. They circled the woodpile looking for us as they had obviously spotted us earlier crossing the pasture and then setting up. We refused to move and give up our position so they then shifted their attention to our decoys. The cows completely circled the dekes staying about 10 yards away from them, they may have been the first decoys the cattle had ever seen. Finally a small calf got enough nerve to approach the decoys and started licking the back of the hen. When the calf pushed down too hard on the hen, the stake came up through the back of the soft foam. The calf then began scratching the bottom of it's chin on the top of the decoy stake while it slowing closed it's eyes and began drooling.
Ron and I couldn't contain ourselves anymore and we both busted out laughing. Some of the adult cattle then came over to the woodpile and peered in at us from about 5 feet away. There wasn't much hunting going on at that point so we just stood up and started talking to the cows, telling them that they didn't make very good hosts, or turkey hunters for that matter, and that they owed us a decoy. Lost in the shuffle was the hot gobbler whom had shut up by then. We never did see him, but if he reached the fence I'm sure he wondered what in the hell was going on at the convention in the pasture, with cows licking turkeys, and people in the woodpile talking to the cows!
"The joy of living is his, who has the heart to demand it." Teddy Roosevelt