Swedish cows in a great moooo-d as summer pastures open
April 30, 2017
DROTTNINGHOLM, Sweden (AP) — Despite a cold wind and chilling temperatures, spring has come to Sweden. At least, spring for the milk cows.
In an annual event that warms hearts across the country, "koslapp" (KOOH-slep) — the cow release — has become a popular family outing for urban residents. That's when the farmers of Sweden free their cows from the barns and stables where they have spent the long, dark, cold winter.
Dozens of dairy cows were frolicking and jumping Saturday on the outskirts of Stockholm, the capital.
"I live in the city and it's really nice to come out to the country...