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Farmer places giant bristle brush in field and his cows go absolutely berserk over it

May 3rd, 2021

Let’s always appreciate the hard work of farmers.

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Why? Because they are one of the reasons why we still have food to eat. There are also many reasons to be thankful for them.

Everything that they do is not just for themselves but also for other people like us.

Farmers always make sure to keep farms clean and safe for the animals like cows, chickens, sheep, and many more.

This second-generation farmer, Tom Pemberton, who is from England has been receiving appreciation comments from internet users. It’s because of a video that he posted on YouTube last year.

The clip contains the useful thing that he installed and it was made only for the animals on his farm. He is actually pretty famous on social media for his informative content about agriculture.

Tom shared why he ended up sharing his life as a farmer on social media.

It turns out that it was not his plan and it was just “by mistake”.

“I got into social media by mistake. I was trying to promote a raw milk vending machine in a video, which my girlfriend helped me with at the time. We posted the video on Facebook and YouTube — Facebook went really well with around 11,000 views and YouTube only got 200-300 views.”

But it turned out well as more than 90,000 people have been following him on Instagram and he has 353,000 subscribers on YouTube.

The amazing thing for his cows

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YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life Source: YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life

One of the videos that he has uploaded got massively viral. It’s about the giant bristle brush that he provided for the animals on the farm.

It all started when his supporters have seen a glimpse of his adorable cows that were enjoying rubbing up on a giant scrub. That big thing is actually for animals so they could scratch any itchy part of their body.

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YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life Source: YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life

And to briefly describe that object, I must say that it’s the cows’ favorite thing. They love it so much.

Whenever they are using it, you would see how they were enjoying it.

Aside from people who appreciated them, a company has also seen Tom’s cows and the giant brush.

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YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life Source: YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life

The good news is this company – which is Mayo Farm Systems is a manufacturer of giant bristle brushes. They contacted Tom and gave him a free giant brush for the animals that he loves.

Tom shared how he assembled it in the video.

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YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life Source: YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life

During the installation, the curious cows were even watching them. And when it was done, the animals gathered to enjoy their new toy.

Many people were actually impressed by Tom’s dedication to his cows. Most of them were also raving about the cuteness of the cows.

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YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life Source: YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life

“Those are happy cows! This is how livestock should be raised. To feel the sunshine on their skin, the grass under their hooves, to be able to love on their babies and play…and run up on a cow brush. It’s like they know the guys are putting it up just for them,” one commenter wrote.

Another viewer even revealed that he got hooked on this video.

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YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life Source: YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life

“Whenever I am a bit down with all the covid stuff I watch this again, mainly the music and happy cow part. Must have checked it out 6-8 times so far. Great.”

The cows are too cute that’s why many people can’t get enough of the video. Of course, Tom’s giant bristle brush is such a clever idea. And thanks to Mayo Farm Systems for their amazing product and for being generous.

Feel free to watch the video down below!

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Source: YouTube/Tom Pemberton Farm Life, Instagram/tompemberton_farmlife, That’s Farming

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