Cows do like music and the type of music makes a big difference to them. Classical tunes are proven to relax them whereas upbeat music, with more than 100 beats per minute, can actually stress them out.
According to a study by the University of Leicester, located in the United Kingdom, cows prefer slow music.
You may not want to play music for your cows 24 hours a day, but there is really no limit on how often you can play music for cows.
Music is believed to calm cattle and help to relax them when they are in stressful situations.
You should play music for your cattle when you pen them up, separate them, wean calves, or when you bring cattle to your farm for the first time.