Farm animals may be sensitive to electricity
Animals are more sensitive to electric currents than humans. If you notice sensitive behavior in cows and livestock on your farm, such as a tendency to shy away from objects or a hesitancy to enter stalls or milking parlors, contact your electric cooperative. You may have stray voltage issues caused by poor grounding or defective electrical equipment.
For assistance, contact Polk-Burnett, 800-421-0283, ext. 322.