Farmers from Switzerland make huge holes in their cows’ stomachs for one very strange reason…

Farmers literally drill holes into living cows’ stomachs. The holes are 6 inches in diameter!

These domesticated animals have kept us company for thousands of years. The domestication of cattle was the first step to ensuring that man would have future generations. Then people began to interfere in the reproduction of animals. They crossbred species, creating the types that they liked the best. Many modifications are made on a daily basis, including genetic ones.

Playing God didn’t end there. Our species went one step further. Today we breed cows that have huge holes in their sides. The controversial practice has one goal.

What is it? You’ll find the answer on the next page.