The Russian man designs handmade bras to keep his cows warm in the coldest village in the world

Winter has developed its full force in almost all parts of the world. The places that stay cold all year round suffer more than the others. A video recently surfaced showing cows in triangular bras in the world’s coldest village. It is evident that this measure was taken to ensure that the animal does not feel cold.

According to a report by The daily mail, a local farmer in Russia who is most likely in his 70s, came up with this idea. Nikolay Atlasov designed these handmade bras for all of his five cows. He stays with his herd in the village of Oymyakon in the Russian region of Yakutia. The temperature in the village is minus 45 degrees Celsius. According to a local resident who filmed the incident, this is the only way the Yakut cows spend their winters. They wear this designed bra when they go to their watering hole.

Nikolay was originally a retired gold mine prospector and engineer. He had a small farm in the village. This coldest village is also known as the pole of cold, as the officially measured temperature of this place was minus 67.7 ° C. However, locals believe that the earlier readings from January 1924 were -71.2 degrees Celsius.

Semyon Sivtsev, a local of the coldest permanently inhabited village, filmed the entire incident. He said: “This is how Yakut cows spend their winters – our breadwinners. They wait in line, oldest drink first. The main thing is to keep the animal warm. Cows are attracted when the temperature drops to minus 30 ° C or minus 35 ° C. They don’t wear any other clothes – just a bra. ”

When describing how these bras work, he found that the bra was tied with two straps around the body and one strap under the tail. The main purpose of this bra is to protect the delicate skin on the udder. If the locals are to believe, this bra tying will help save about two liters of milk per cow.

Sheepskin or rabbit fur is used in the manufacture of the bra, which is usually found in the old hoods from overcoats. This is basically like reusing and recycling old coats to protect animals from the harsh winter.