Transcript for Cow cuddling is a thing and it costs $75 an hour
Also, don't have a cow, just cuddle one. According to "The New York Times" brushing, petting or talking to a beautiful bovine is similar to equine or horse therapy but perhaps even better because cows love to lie down, allowing patients to join them on the ground. This is from "The New York Times." Don't look at me like that. It's all about fostering trust and empathy with the cows and your own emotions. "The times" says there's a mountain horse farm in Na, New York that, offers this service, $75 for one hour that will surely moo-ve you. Had to control myself. Udderly ridiculous, no. If you heard it in "Pop news," it can't be udderly ridiculous.
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