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Apparently, cows that spend time in virtual reality produce better quality milk.
The study claims that cows wearing VR headsets ultimately live happier lives and therefore, may, help the animals produced better milk.
“During the first test, experts recorded a decrease in anxiety and an increase in the overall emotional mood of the herd,” the study noted.
The special VR headsets were created based on “numerous studies of cattle’s vision” and reportedly feature a “summer field simulation program” to improve the cows living conditions.
According to the report, a second test will verify if the VR cow milk is, in fact, better than regular cow milk.