To combat cow anxiety and thus increase milk production, , a news website for the Russian dairy industry, tested out virtual reality systems built specifically for the cows’ heads.
The herd donned VR systems adapted for the "structural features of cow heads" and were shown a "unique summer field simulation program".Moscow's Ministry of Agriculture and Food cited research which they say has shown a link between a cow's emotional experience and its milk yield.
In a statement published on Monday, the Moscow region’s agricultural authorities said its milk farmers were drawing on the “best of international practice” in a bid to improve the wellbeing of their cattle.Bovine music therapy is not a particularly new technology in Russia.
Sergei, a former Russian military officer and double agent for the UK’s intelligence services, and his daughter each survived the poisoning. Nanome advisor Zoran Radić, a chemist at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), used Nanome’s molecular visualization software to better understand how the Novichok worked.