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Published June 28, 2013, 12:00 AM

Rosmann: Much to be learned from watching animals

Watching a mother cow and her newborn calf bond with each other is always interesting. When a cow vigorously sniffs her baby the first time and the calf lifts its head to smell its mother, they become imprinted and can recognize each other by smell immediately for months thereafter until their bond is no longer necessary after weaning.

By: Mike Rosmann, INFORUM

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