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    “I’ve been trying to reach that spot for months!”

    Fed up with his dairy cows using makeshift means to reach an itch, one farmer decided to invest time and a few dollars to construct his own scratching post.

    Interestingly enough, the hard-bristle back scratcher is nothing more than a repurposed street sweeper brush fixed to a deeply secured post.

    The minute-long clip features three dairy cows jumping for joy after their itch relief and then alerting the next bovine in line. Who knew such a simple brush could do so much?


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