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This English Farmer Has A Surprising Trick For Increasing Milk Production

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Uploaded on Nov 14, 2007

Cows on Waterbeds, 2003 - UK - A farmer in England has invented a very unique way of getting cows to produce double the amount of milk.

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An English farmer has found a way to double the amount of milk his cows produce by letting them sleep on waterbeds.

According to Alan, cows can often become stressed and are extremely sensitve to where they sleep. He has found that his animals respond extremely well to water-filled mattresses. His idea has reduced injuries for the cows, and doubled the amount of milk they produce.

Produced by Yves Trevalec Productions. Ref - 1726

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