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Cows Kept Inside for 6 Months. The Moment They’re Released Is Caught On Camera.

November 4, 2018 Videos

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I think we can all agree that being locked inside your house for a few days can eventually become a little claustrophobic. Yes, it’s relaxing in the beginning, but after a while, you have a sudden urge to go outside, take a walk, and breathe in some fresh air.

In the video down below, there’s a video about animals – more specifically, cows – that feel the same way. They may be able to withstand being indoors, but after being locked in for too long, they need to be able to move more than a couple of feet and enjoy the fresh air.

The cows were locked indoors during the winter because of the cold weather that had snow piled up outside like mini mountains. They were kept inside of a barn for a whole six months before spring finally came again.

The video starts, and there’s no missing the audience filled with people and children with their cameras out right beside the barn, anticipating the release of the cows.

A man slides open the barn door, and it takes the cows a second, but eventually, they start making their way out of the barn. I know, you’re probably thinking, how is this at all exciting?

I can explain it (and I will), but you do have to watch the video to see what happens next and get the full feeling of the way the cows run to leave the barn.

Source: metaspoon

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