Cow tipping

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An upright Holstein cow
An Holstein cow lying on its side

Cow tipping is the myth of tipping over a cow. Cows do not sleep standing up, so cow tipping does not happen.[1] The British media Times Online has posted a document of the force needed to push over a cow.[2]


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  1. Malvern, Jack. "Cow-tipping myth hasn't got a leg to stand on". Times Online. Retrieved 2006-10-28. 
  2. Happy Torque - Force Required to Tip over a cow at the Time Online.