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Cows Want to Be Outside as Much as They Want Food

Give the cows what they want: pasture.
The majority of dairy cows in the United States don't spent time in pasture, which new research suggests they highly desire access to.
Dairy-cow

How ardently do cows love going out to pasture? Quite a lot, it seems. As detailed in a recent paper in Scientific Reports , researchers came up with a scheme to measure how driven cows were to either access food or go out to pasture. The team, led

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