Daily Cute: Cows Listening to Live Music

Editor’s note: This post is a Care2 favorite, back by popular demand! It was originally posted on July 26, 2014. Enjoy!

The cows at the Woodstock Farm Animal Sanctuary were treated to a live concert. Although they don’t seem to be rocking out too much, the bovine music appreciation society (as dubbed by the Farm) did seem calmed by the music and had their curiosity peaked.

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176 comments

Siyus Copetallus
Siyus Copetallus3 months ago

Thank you for sharing

Crystal G.
Crystal G.6 months ago

They are so sweet :)

Crystal G.
Crystal G.6 months ago

They're so Sweet :)

Julia Oleynik
Julia Oleynik7 months ago

Great idea of bringing music to the animal would:) Thank You for sharing.

Debbie Miller
Debbie false8 months ago

I loved it and I think the cows did too.

Nikki Davey
Nikki Davey8 months ago

Thanks

Sherry Bailey
Sherry Bailey8 months ago

Jazz For Cows - When The Saints Come Marching In;
http://youtu.be/lXKDu6cdXLI

When The Saints Go Marching In;
http://youtu.be/EGEnX0k9eiU

http://www.newhot5.com/ - The New Hot 5, American-based jazz band plays for a herd of cows in Autrans, France. The unedited footage is now uploaded on our channel in two parts. If you want to hear more, check out our other videos of concerts for humans.

The two songs in this video are both in the public domain:

1. "When the Saints Go Marching In" is a traditional early American folk hymn of unknown origin.

2. "Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home" composed by Hughie Cannon (1877--1912) was published in 1902.

Baby calf born with a perfect white
number seven on his head;
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2771662/Adorable-baby-calf-born-NUMBER-SEVEN-head-named-Big-Ben-honor-Pittsburgh-Steelers-quarterback-Ben-Ben-Roethlisberger-wears-number-seven-jersey.html

Two Blind Cows 350 Miles Apart Come Together to Form a Beautiful Friendship;
http://www.care2.com/causes/two-blind-cows-350-miles-apart-come-together-to-form-a-beautiful-friendship.html#ixzz2ubPD3KV1

Why It Is Important For Cows To Have Friends;
http://www.care2.com/causes/why-its-so-important-for-cows-to-have-friends.html

Paulinha Russell
Paulinha Russell8 months ago

cute :)

Sen Senz
Sen Heijkamp8 months ago

Lol they really seem to listen to it! :)

Julie Cannon
Julie Cannon8 months ago

So cute!