Source: The Telegraph

Dumble Farm in Arram, East Riding of Yorkshire, has found success with cow cuddling sessions after selling its dairy herd due to challenges like flooding and falling milk prices. The farm joined a conservation scheme to rewild the land but wanted another way to connect people with the remaining cows.

The cow cuddling sessions involve spending time with retired dairy cows, which have become comfortable with human interaction. Fiona Wilson, head farmer at Dumble Farm, notes that people find the experience therapeutic, and the sessions have become popular, often selling out weeks in advance. The farm also features conservation grazers, such as highland cows, as part of its offerings.

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