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Man Proves That Farm Animals Are Not Food, They Are Intelligent And Sociable

Animals are sensitive, emotional animals with distinct personalities, and we’re not just talking about pets here; we’re talking about everyone that wants to live a life that is genuinely enjoyable, including those we consider food. As a result, this guy demonstrates that farm animals are more than just food.

Joar Berge, dubbed “The Cow Whisperer” or “Mustache Farmer,” is eager to demonstrate that these creatures are full of affection. All farm animals, in his opinion, are magnificent creatures who are clever, loving, and, most importantly, make excellent companions.

Without ignoring the fact that they require a suitable living habitat, their primary goal is to illustrate that these creatures are not food.


The farmer wants everyone to understand how unique these animals are and to be more conscious of what they consume.

According to Bored Panda, Joar says:

“Saving one animal does not change the world, but it does alter the world for one animal.”


The guy grew raised in a tiny hamlet in Germany’s Odenwald, where he spent his whole life surrounded by farm animals. Joar lived around goats, chickens, geese, ducks, and even ostriches at the time, but his greatest companion was a cow named Rexi.

Joar adopted the cow when it was a calf, and the two formed a particular friendship, spending their days walking around the farm together. They had such faith in her that Joar would occasionally saddle her and take her for walks without even being taught.


Her affection for animals, on the other hand, appeared to intuitively touch Rexi and the other animals’ hearts. Rexi had to depart one day, as is customary on a dairy farm; Joar was still too little to grasp some things, so he couldn’t save her.


Joar’s interests shifted as he grew older, and he chose to go to the city to live a different lifestyle. Despite having lived through a variety of events, his particular bond with cows and environment was always there in his life.

He felt in his heart that he would have many cows and save many animals at some time in his life, and that desire grew swiftly.


Joar remarked:

“It became evident to me at some point that it was time to begin the trip back to my origins.” As a result, I returned to my former house and promptly saved Emma and Dagi, two young calves.”

From then on, the farmer looks forward to spending time with his animals and discovering how wonderful it is to live in the center of nature.


The man spends a lot of time with his cows, training, caring for, and even playing with them; he has turned into a father figure to all animals.


Joa continued:

“I chose a plant-based (vegan) diet because of my strong bond with my cow pals.” When you start to perceive things differently, it’s a natural process.

When people ask if his life is as wonderful as he expected it to be, he simply responds that it is better.