Swiss Urbanites Can Adopt A Cow In Switzerland, people who live in the city can reserve a cow, through a website for about $350 a season. They can visit their bovine buddy as much as they would like. Which, pleasantly enough, involves a trip to a lovely alpine farm.
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Swiss Urbanites Can Adopt A Cow

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Swiss Urbanites Can Adopt A Cow

Swiss Urbanites Can Adopt A Cow

Swiss Urbanites Can Adopt A Cow

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In Switzerland, people who live in the city can reserve a cow, through a website for about $350 a season. They can visit their bovine buddy as much as they would like. Which, pleasantly enough, involves a trip to a lovely alpine farm.

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