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Cows (mini Bulls)


  • There are over 1000 different breeds of cattle in the world.

  • There are over 1.4 billion cattle in the world.

  • Baby cows are called calves

  • The adult female is called a cow.

  • The adult male is called a bull.

  • They like to eat plants and grass

  • India is home to over 300 million cows

  • They are colorblind to red and green colors.

  • Cows get used for various things like dairy, meat, and even leather.

  • Dairy cows produce 90% of the milk we use.

  • They eat about 40 pounds of food a day.

  • Cows can hear both higher and lower frequencies better than human beings.

  • The average dairy cow weighs about 1,200 lbs.

  • A cow’s body temperature is 101.5 degrees Fahrenheit, and their hearts beat at sixty to seventy beats per minute.

  • You often see a cow chewing. They chew at least fifty times a minute and has 40,000 movements of their jaw per day.

  • Most of the time, we see a cow standing, but they sit down and stand up around fourteen times each day.

  • When you see a cow grazing, they are not biting the grass but instead curling their tongues around it.

  • They have panoramic vision, and they have 300 degrees vision and can see everything except what is directly behind.

  • They have just one stomach, that’s divided into four different compartments for digestion.

  • The length of time for a cow to be pregnant is the same as humans: nine months.

  • Cows produce a lot of salivae. They make so much saliva that it totals to around 125 pounds per day.

  • A typical day for a cow is 8 hrs. eating, 8 hrs. chewing their cud and 8 hrs. sleeping.

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