Cattle Does anyone play music to animals?

Discussion in 'NADIS Animal Health' started by Mooosical, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. puppet

    puppet Member

    Location:
    sw scotland
    That was a bit naughtie
     
  2. manhill

    manhill Member

    Mine like background music and voices but they all throw up if Barry Manilow or Chris Evans comes on.
     
  3. dannewhouse

    dannewhouse Member

    Location:
    huddersfield
    play classical music to some show hen birds, makes them quieter when showing with background noise.
     
  4. radar

    radar Member

    Legally do you need a performance license like shops are supposed to have?
     
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  5. Christoph1945

    Christoph1945 Member

    Location:
    Cheshire
    I once heard tell that King David of Israel, as a boy, sang in the presence of his sheep and despite being a life long townie I have always believed that mooed moosic would help increase milk yield! :):):);)
     
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  6. snarling bee

    snarling bee Member

    Location:
    Bedford
    We also play classical music to our growing pigs. Seems to keep them calmer.
     
  7. Christoph1945

    Christoph1945 Member

    Location:
    Cheshire
    I remember once reading some books that advised students to also use classical music to help them relax before and during study. The music was to be of a particular timing and tone. Which classical music pieces do you play to your pigs Bee and have you tried differing pieces?

    I once visited a riding establishment in North East Wales, where Nigel Kennedy was staying and he was practicing his violin out back of the stables. I don't know what the horses thought of the music but both the wife and I found the moment absolutely magical. But then again I always find the noise of stables at sundown and bedding down of the horse to be very relaxing; almost like medication.
     
  8. Danllan

    Danllan Member

    Location:
    Sir Gar / Carms
    No, because the audience has to consist of 'people' to require a performance licence. (y)
     

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