The farmers have put into action research that shows music has an equivalent effects on animals because it does in citizenry . They play reggae music to the cows to assist them relax hence increase their milk production
Besides the great music farmers also make sure the cows have good sleeping conditions – This comes days after President Uhuru launched the development of a KSh 250 million milk cooling plant in Meru County.
On the molecular level, research shows that taking note of music improves our mental well-being and physical health by buoying our mood and debar depression.
Music also improves blood flow in ways almost like statins, lower levels of stress-related hormones like cortisol and ease pain.According to the Meru Highlands Dairy CEO Justus Nguu, the farmers use reggae music to urge the cows to relax and yield more milk.
Listening to music before an operation can even improve post-surgery outcomes and research has shown of these apply to animals too. Days after President Uhuru Kenyatta launched the development of a KSh 250 million milk cooling plant in Meru County, dairy farmers are now playing music to cows to extend milk production. consistent with the Meru Highlands Dairy Chief executive officer (CEO) Justus Nguu, the farmers use reggae music to urge the cows to relax and yield more milk.
“A cow must be comfortable and must be relaxed. When it’s relaxed which music playing within the background that’s once you get maximum out of it,” he said. Besides the great music, Nguu said a god sleeping condition of the cows also contributes to the high production of milk.
This has forced the farmers to find out , through the Meru Dairy, how put up modern cow sheds with automated milking facilities.The construction of the New KCC facility with a holding capacity of 100,000 litres in Nyambene are going to be completed in October 2020.
This follows the reassurance that the govt won’t hesitate in its efforts to enhance the welfare of the farmers who believe milk production to supply for the family. the development of the New Kenya Co-operative Creameries (KCC) facility with a holding capacity of 100,000 litres in Nyambene are going to be completed in October 2020
The President advised dairy farmers within the area to require advantage of the power once its construction is completed to extend their milk production.
Unlike other New KCC cooling facilities, the plant will, additionally to bulking and chilling, pasteurize the milk before it’s transported to processing facilities.
The plant will serve dairy farmers from five of the nine sub-counties in Meru County. They include Tigania East, Tigania West, Tigania Central, Igembe North and Igembe South which are currently served by smallholder farmers cooperatives and self-help groups.