The red barns, the covered bridges, and, of course, the cows. These may be the first few things that pop into your head when thinking about Vermont. After all, it’s not uncommon to drive down a country road and pass by one (or more) wide open fields with cows grazing. In fact, it’s a pretty iconic scene if you think about it. With these iconic scenes in mind, lots of people think the cows in Vermont outnumber the people. We do have a very low population and we are a very small state, and of course, there are a lot of cows, but let’s set the record straight. Let’s learn about whether Vermont has more cows than people, as well as a few other interesting facts you may not know.

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If you got a kick out of learning about cows in Vermont and to answer the age-old question of whether our state has more cows than people then you really have to check out The Strolling of the Heifers. This amazing annual festival has tons of cows and everything farming; don’t miss it! Moooo!

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