You just can’t make this stuff up.
The UdderSinge uses a [oxymoron alert!] low temperature flame passed 2-4″ below the udder and belly that removes hair quickly and painlessly. Removing hair aids in creating a healthier cow by reducing the occurrence of mastitis in the cow’s udder.
Mastitis is a painful disease that causes painful swelling and infection in the udder and is potentially fatal for the cow. Removing udder hair decreases somatic cell counts in milk thus making the product safer for the consumer.
Hmm. I wonder how come we don’t see humans using such an ingenious and “painless” device for hair removal on their sensitive parts? I mean, why go to all the trouble and pain of waxing when this baby is available?
(This latest update in bizarre factory farm practices, courtesy of Free From Harm).
3 thoughts on “Dept. Of Bizarre And Aberrant Animal Husbandry: The “UdderSinge””
That looks awful. How can that be painless?
If it was painful the cow would thrash around, they’re only stomping cause they’re startled. Haven’t you ever run your hand through a flame fast? Try it, you can’t even feel heat.
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