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Cows judge B.C. music competition

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Coast Symphony Orchestra Music Director and Conductor Edette Gagné leads a quartet of classically-trained musicians in a warm-up performance for dairy cows at the Valedoorn Dairy Farm in Agassiz, B.C. The BC Dairy Association's "Music Makes More Milk" contest wants you to compose songs for cows in order to naturally increase milk production. (photo courtesy of BC Dairy Association)

The B.C Dairy Association has launched a songwriting competition that will be judged entirely by cows. To explain, Leisha Grebinski spoke with dairy farmer Tom Hoogendoorn and B.C. Dairy Association executive director Dave Eto.

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You can find the contest at musicmakesmoremilk.com.

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