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Discussion in 'NADIS Animal Health' started by Mooosical, Apr 16, 2018.
That was a bit naughtie
Mine like background music and voices but they all throw up if Barry Manilow or Chris Evans comes on.
play classical music to some show hen birds, makes them quieter when showing with background noise.
Legally do you need a performance license like shops are supposed to have?
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!
We also play classical music to our growing pigs. Seems to keep them calmer.
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.
No, because the audience has to consist of 'people' to require a performance licence.