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Inside Edition 25 Jul 2019

These Cuddly Cows Want to Help You Relax

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Bella and Bonnie are sweet cows who call Mountain Horse Farm in upstate New York home. They love to eat and play, and several times per week, they help visitors relax by cuddling with them. Koe knuffelen is a Dutch tradition that helps people de-stress, according to the farm's founder, Suzanne Vullers. "When they chew their cud, they lay down and become really quiet, and that creates a perfect opportunity to connect with them and to be with them," Vullers told InsideEdition.com.


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