By Josie September 21st, 2023
These cows attend a jazz concert right on their doorstep – we’re not the only species that go wild for some tunes!
Although surprising, numerous studies suggest that cows indeed have a penchant for music.
When exposed to harmonious tunes, cows have shown signs of relaxation.
As the music starts, one can’t help but notice the cows’ reactions. Initially curious, they soon become utterly captivated.
The video showcases four talented musicians playing jazz. Their instruments? A banjo, clarinet, trumpet, trombone, and a tuba.
Studies have shown that cows produce more milk when they listen to classical music.
It's hypothesised that the relaxation of music leads to increased milk production and a decrease in health issues among the cows.
Cows, often seen as mere livestock, possess more intelligence than we give them credit for.
They have excellent memories, can recognize faces, and even display emotions.
Recent research has shown that cows can feel a range of emotions, from happiness to distress.