After several disappointments in Montgomery with other attractions The MOOseum came through for us. Aimed mostly at kids (seemed set up for school groups/excursions), we two adults found enough to interest us to stay about an hour. There is information about cows, farming cattle, beef and everyday items you probably use but didn't know contain cow/beef by-products. There is also a dress up area for kids, a kitchenette (probably for when school groups visit), interactive displays (although one was broken when we were there), Coco the 'cow' and Dusty the Longhorn, free recipe cards and a gift shop with some reasonably priced merchandise. The lady at the counter was friendly and helpful.
This would be a good stop for anyone home schooling younger children or anyone interested in cattle and beef.
NOTE: The MOOseum is actually in the Alabama Cattlemen's Association building and there are no signs for the MOOseum visible from the road (we drove past twice). Just look for 'The Beef Wagons' vans with large cows on top outlining the various beef cuts in the car park and you will have found it.