Did you know that cows named by their owners produce more milk?

A study carried out in the United Kingdom indicated that cows that are treated affectionately by their farmers produce more milk than those that remain anonymous.


The study, carried out by scientists from Newcastle University and involving more than 516 UK farmers, reveals that cows that have been named by their owners They produce 214 liters more than the rest.

Two out of three farmers said they knew all the cows in their herd and 48 percent agreed that positive human contact was beneficial for milk production.

“The important thing is to treat cows like people,” says Dennis Gibb, a cow owner near Newcastle upon Tyne.

Like a human being, any living being that is treated well responds positively.