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Updated Sep 14, 2021 | 08:54 IST
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Eleven out of 16 cows learned to use the MooLoo. 

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  • A group of scientists potty-trained cows at a lab in Gemanay
  • They used a sweet treat to coax the cows to push through a gate and urinate in a special pen
  • Eleven out of 16 cows learned to use the MooLoo

You can potty-train cows just like you potty-train toddlers. In fact, it may be easier to train cows.,caen fc

A group of scientists decided to test the theory to potty-train cows in an attempt to find a solution to the environmental damage caused by livestock waste.,live score bal

cricket t20,The researchers mimicked a toddler's training. They put the cows in special pens and waited for them to urinate. The cows were given a treat of a sweet liquid if they urinated in MooLoo. When they didn't, they got a squirt of cold water. It took only 15 days to train the young calves.

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"The cows are at least as good as children, age 2 to 4 years, at least as quick," study's senior author Lindsay Matthews, an animal behavioral scientist at New Zealand’s University of Auckland who worked on the tests at an indoor animal research lab in Germany, said.,soccer gear nz

The research idea originated during a New Zealand radio talk show about the very real problem of livestock waste.,football highlights download

Matthews said that large amounts of urine waste is an environmental issue. He explained that urine contains nitrogen and which when mixed with faeces becomes ammonia, which is an environmental issue with acid rain and other problems.,betnow casino

cricket t20,A cow can produce about 30 litres of urine in a day.

If animals could be toilet trained, it would be easier to manage waste products and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Donald Broom, a professor of animal welfare at the University of Cambridge in England, said.,online betting id

Eleven out of 16 cows learned to use the MooLoo.,soccer gear nz

football betting sites in uae,The scientists only trained the cows to use the MooLoo to urinate and not defecate. They gave diuretics to the cattle to get them to urinate more because they had limited time to run the experiments under ethics guidelines.

77777 games free,Matthews said that they could train cows to poop in a certain place too.

Dogs, cats and horses show the desire to defecate in special places, cows don't.,epl fix

Matthews added that the biggest environmental problem for livestock is the heat-trapping gas methane they emit in belches and flatulence. However, the cows can't be trained to not belch or fart. "They would blow up," he said.,betcricket

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