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As of 2007, Montana had approximately 2.6 Million beef cattle, and 18,000 dairy cows, as compared to a human population of 967,440 (2008).
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Because you only need one or two bulls to breed a larger herd of cows. The recommended cow:bull breeding ratio is between 10:1 and 50:1, depending on the pasture size and the …age, libido and level of experience of the bull.
No. The human population is over 6 billion and there are around 1.5 billion cattle in the entire world.
Montana. Montana is just one of 9. Rank | State | Cattle | People | Cattle/People / 1 | South Dakota | 3,650,000 | 824,082 | 4.429 / 2 | Nebraska | 6,450,000 |… 1,842,641 | 3.500 / 3 | Montana | 2,500,000 | 998,199 | 2.505 / 4 | North Dakota | 1,690,000 | 683,932 | 2.471 / 5 | Wyoming | 1,360,000 | 568,158 | 2.394 / 6 | Kansas | 6,100,000 | 2,871,238 | 2.125 / 7 | Idaho | 2,220,000 | 1,584,985 | 1.401 / 8 | Iowa | 3,900,000 | 3,062,309 | 1.274 / 9 | Oklahoma | 4,500,000 | 3,791,508 | 1.187
No, most wild horses have been killed.
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2010 Census Wyoming population: 563626 2002 Cattle population:1.2 million survey says yes. (had to use 2010 as the only info for 2002 was a forecasted estimate)
There are nine states in the US that have more cattle than people. They are Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho, Kansas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, and Iowa. Mont…ana has about 2,500,000 head of cattle and 998,000 people.
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yes. there are always more animals than people if you don't count cities. humans are only one species if you think about it, there really should be more animals than peopl…e
No. Montana's the state with more cattle than people.
Yes, there are loads of cows in india thats why it's not the largest dairy farming country
No. Cows only have one stomach, but that stomach is divided into four chambers or compartments.
Montana's landscape is so rugged and rough that it's quite impossible to build or expand any large suburban lots or cities in it. It's not even suitable for growing crops. So,… agricultural-wise, it's best to run livestock like cattle and horses on the land. And those who live in Montana are a bit more tougher than those who live in areas where it's easy to expand cities.
More than one country has more cows than people. A couple of these countries are Argentina and New Zealand where there are a few cows per every person.