Scientists believe potty-training cows will help save the environment

They're calling the process "MooLoo training."
Row of cows eating
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Scientists are working around the clock to discover new methods to save the environment, and a group in Germany may have found a way to a solution to the damage caused by livestock waste.

Obviously, the 66-88 pounds of feces and 8 gallons of urine that farmed cattle produce every day can have negative effects on the environment as it spreads into the soil.

So, these scientists have found that by potty-training cows in a process called "MooLoo training," they could regulate the amount of waste that seeped into the environment.

According to CNN, the results showed that calves performed at a similar level to children when learning to potty-train, and even better than very young children.

Jan Langbein, co-author of a study, said that in a few years, he hoped "in a few years all cows will go to a toilet."