Have you ever heard the term “Cabin fever?” It's when you’re left inside for far too long, you’re easily irritated, somewhat depressed, and your mind is numb from the lack of fresh oxygen. It’s a real thing and these cows know it all too well.
During the winter months, these cows were placed in a barn. From the start of Fall to the end of Spring, these cows lived inside the walls of this wooden barn. To say they’d began suffering from cabin fever is an understatement.
Their owner put them indoors for the winter months to protect them from the cold. Farmers have to pay very close attention to the cows during cold months, many farmers will round up all of their herd and put them in a barn; They’ll shut the barn doors entirely and hang plastic curtains over its whatever sides are open.
Behind the doors of this bar, 20 plus cows anxiously awaited sunlight and fresh air. They had been in the barn for far longer than they would have liked to say that they were excited to get out was an understatement. These cows were so ready that they were moo’ing and crying and getting rowdy with each other inside the barn.
The busted out of the barn like popcorn! They couldn’t possibly contain their excitement!
The farmer knew that the cows were about to experience an unusually high level of endorphins once they finally got out of the barn, so he invited townspeople by to come by to enjoy what he knew would be a real show.
He wasn’t wrong! Check out the video of these cows experience fresh air and sunshine for the first time! You won’t be able to hold back a smile when you see their excitement!