Scottish scientists focus on ups and downs of cows

04/13/2010 | Guardian (London), The

Rather than speculate on the reasons behind bovine behaviors, Scottish researchers focused on the frequency of the behaviors. By carefully observing how often cows lay down and stood up, the team found that healthy cows are more likely to rise the longer they've been resting, while the reverse action was more random.

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