Happy Cows Jump For Joy After Seeing Grass For The First Time

ThokozaniPublished: May 20, 2015Updated: March 27, 2018107,381 views
Published: May 20, 2015Updated: March 27, 2018

Winter is more than just a season. It’s the time of the year where the cold and the snow make us want to cocoon in our secret hideaway and drink our favorite cup of tea. So why would it be any different for our domesticated friends? But they say after the rain comes the rainbow, so after the winter comes the beautiful spring. That means the daffodils will be blooming, blossom will be on the trees, Easter will coming, and lambing season will be getting underway.

This video shows us a herd of cows in the Netherlands being set free in the pastures after a cold winter spent indoors. The relief and joy are evident by their jumps in the grass! How do animals know what season it is? They don’t have calendars or school holidays, so they have to find something in their environment that will tell them the time of year. This is called an environmental cue. This cows spent their winter indoors in warm barns, so when they were released outside they knew spring is here!

This is the moment these cows are let outside again having spent the winter in a barn. They are kept indoors for warmth and food as the grass in the fields stops regrowing over winter! Such a joyful moment for them! If you enjoyed this video, here are some more Cows jump for joy after seeing grass for the first time in months!

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    warriorbride · 12 weeks ago

    IT LOOKS LIKE THEY NEED TO BE MILKED ? iTS LIKE SOME ARE SO FULL AND THEY CAN'T BE FEEDING BABY COWS ARE THEY ?