Water beds for cows means cheaper milk, better beef

cute cow
cute cow

Lactose-loving WalletPop readers in Hawaii have dealt with high ($6.50 a gallon) milk prices for years, because most of the white gold has to be imported from the mainland.

Now, however, dairy farming is on the increase in the islands, and one new firm hopes to maximize profits by providing its herd the latest in bovine comfort, the water bed.

The formula behind the increasing popularity of water beds for dairy herds is simple; happy cows produce more milk.