Like most Disney Channel Original Movies, Cow Belles suffers from a number of predictable flaws.
Its first is that its premise is obviously inspired by the unfortunate phenomenon of TV's "The Simple Life," a reality series that managed to surpass its famous-for-no-reason headliners in annoyance. A pattern of reckless behavior leads their father (Jack Coleman) to finally make an attempt at moralizing his offspring and he orders them to go to work in the mega milk-making factory that he owns while he takes a vacation.
Additionally, there is some minor edge enhancement and the moir effect turns up.
The movie gets a Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound track that should have been left in stereo, the way it was originally presented.
In the end, Cow Belles is still an entertaining story.