I started a differant thread about bulging eyes in my two cows on HT and a couple other sites and have been getting the same response-pink eye. The problem I have with accepting that their protruding eyeballs are caused by pink eye is the complete lack of all other symptoms associated with the disease. They don't keep their eyes closed, sunlight doesn't bother them at all, there is no weeping, no cloudiness of their cornea. Nothing else seems wrong, abnormal, out of the ordinary with these two other than their eyes just one day started protruding. I've read many articles on pink eye, the last one being about winter pink eye and have googled pop eye, bulging eyes, protruding eyes and I keep coming up with articles about pink eye. The only part of the pink eye disease that leads to the pop eye is after the eye has ulcerated and fluid begins to leak from the eye. My cows haven't had any ulcers. I'd be able to see them right? And what are the chances that all four eyes would be affected simultaneously? My cows each have a name and are called each day to come to the fence and they are scratched, given treats and checked over. They are closely looked at at least 3 times each day. If there are any changes we notice right away. That is why I can't understand why I'm pointed at Pink eye. Am I missing something?