Farmer Serenades Cows by Playing Lorde’s “Royals” on the Trombone

Farmers like Derek Klingenberg know that you can enchant cows with music. Above, watch him start playing Lorde’s “Royals” on the trombone and the cows come a runnin’.

If you’ve been an OC reader long enough, you won’t be surprised by this scene. Earlier this year, we featured A Playlist of Music Scientifically-Proven to Increase Cows’ Milk Production — a playlist that includes tunes by REM, Aretha Franklin, Simon & Garfunkel, and Lou Reed. And, before that, we’ve shown you cows grooving to some New Orleans-style jazz. Music isn’t just “the universal language of mankind,” as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once said. It belongs clearly to our bovine friends too…

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