Forget Nintendo vs\u00a0Sega, or Sony vs\u00a0Microsoft. The biggest rivalry\u00a0in video games is Nintendo v\u00a0Billings Farm, and now we have a winner. Last month,\u00a0the canny marketing team at Billings Farm & Museum\u00a0in\u00a0Woodstock, Vermont challenged\u00a0Nintendo to a 1-2-Switch\u00a0milking contest. They accused the Japanese giant of making the game's\u00a0cow milking mini-game look\u00a0too easy, and for being slow-coach milkers. Throwing down the gauntlet\u00a0Tom Remp, the farm's marketing\u00a0director, and Alayna Perkins, its\u00a0manager said: \u201cWe\u2019re one of New England\u2019s premier living history museums. We\u2019re writing\u00a0because our farm staff recently saw the cow milking game for Nintendo Switch and decided that you\u2019ve taken all the challenge out of milking. We have 30 adorable Jersey milking cows that we milk twice a day, and it is NEVER that easy. We also think that you guys look pretty slow. \u00a0To this end, we\u2019d like to set up some sort of challenge to pit our team against yours to see who can milk the fastest. If you accept, let us know and we can work out the details. The question is:\u00a0Is\u00a0your team brave enough?\u201d Well, Nintendo accepted the challenge, and last night posted a the video of the contest. And the winner is? Well, you'll have to watch it to find out. https:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vvXG4ZBZOZDA Amusing stuff, but it's also a bit of a shame to see the video become such an\u00a0explicit advertisement for 1-2-Switch at the end. And can we now expect challenges from the Barbershops Association or the organisers of the\u00a0Air Guitar World Championships? If you'd like to meet the cows at Billings Farm & Museum,\u00a0visit the official website.