and I even had a cow that liked choc.
They also LOVE cigarettes
so pretty much anything except chicken feed (((( it will kill them )))
In the bigger dairy barns, feeding hay and grains isn't as efficient. Lots of dairy cows eat "silage", which is made from a crop like barley, corn or even potatoes! What the farmer will do is cut the crop when it isn't quite ripe. Then it gets chopped up into little pieces, and put in a big pile. They leave it all summer, and the pile ferments. This breaks down the fibres in the feed, and makes it easily digestible and really palatable (yummy) for the cows. It also packs a big punch of nutrition. This way, the cow is really healthy and will produce a lot of milk.
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