Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles why is Australian butter so yellow? I have never been to Australia so I don't even know that Australian butter is yellower but apparently, that is a thing, that's why people are asking about that on Google right? So let's dig into it a little bit. The answer to this question was extracted from an article titled Battle of The Butter published by the Sydney Morning Herald which is a daily newspaper in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. This article was published on December 13, 2010, and what is interesting is that this article is actually not talking about how good Australian butter is. It is actually talking about why European butter tasted better back then. They also talked about how can they improve their butter production process. However, there is a paragraph here that answered the question: "Why is the Australian butter so yellow"pretty well. Here is a paragraph extracted by Google: Australian dairy cattle graze on grass with high levels of beta-carotene, the compound that makes carrots orange and butter yellow, many European cattle are housed in barns and fed dry food contain less beta-carotene. Wow so what we learned here is that based on what the cows eat the color of the butter made from their milk will differ. Who would thought of that! Hello, everyone! This short video is part of the original What People Also Ask series, in which I preach about how to find useful information using Google's People Also Ask feature. Every week, I make a video focusing on one specific entity with more in-depth content. You can watch the entire episode using the link in the description or the end card on the screen. You can also subscribe if you enjoy my content. Look forward to seeing you!