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Cattle (also commonly referred to as bovines or cows) are domesticated livestock that are raised for beef and/or milk in almost every corner of the world. Note: Cows are female mature bovines, Bulls are intact male bovines, Steers are castrated male bovines, and Heifers are female bovines that have not calved. Any questions about cows and cattle that are not covered in other cattle categories can be asked and answered here.
%DETAILS% Answer The Chicago Guernsey Farm was located on Garfield Road in Hinsdale, IL. My father worked there as a dairy man in the mid-twenties and it went out of existence in the sixties. They had their own herd of guernsey cows and milked them twice daily. Interestingly, during the Second …
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%REPLIES% Answer Was it Texas Tommy's Silver Dollar? Or was that on Ogden Ave. in Downers Grove? Answer This was on W. Roosevelt Rd, which in later years became Taco Fiesta, Honey Bee, etc. Answer Was there a steak house or restaurant on Roosevelt Rd called The Black Ox?.
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Yes, as long as the cattle and equipment on the farm are owned by you. Check with your local farm/livestock insurance provider for more information.
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This is usually coincidence except if there is harsh weather like sleet or heavy wind. In such weather, animals will stand with their backs to the wind to protect their eyes and nostrils. Other exceptions include if the cattle are moving or being moved in the same direction, or following a herd patt…
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It seems to me that she has nerve damage. Get her to a vet ASAP, if you don't it will become worse and cripple her, she may even die.
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Answer Sounds like a Japanese 100 Yen note -- worth about $3 in crisp uncirculated condition. Answer : Nope, it is a Central Bank of China (Taiwan) banknote with Sun Yat-Sen on the front. The serial number matches the exact two letter prefix followed by 6 digits, and a two letter suffix. (eg. A…
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The Sound of a BullBulls go mmmmmooooooooorrrrrrrr
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Answer In amateur wrestling, like in a high school or college, it depends on who's teaching really. I was taught to lead with your leading knee to save on time. This is known as the shot, and is usually for a double leg or single leg take down You can also touch your back knee first, which is t…
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Existence of Space Without "space" we would have no place to "exist". It can also depend on how you look at it and what you believe in, as many people believe that space, the planets and the whole universe were created by the "Big Bang" while others say that the universe and space were made by God i…
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be, or べ is actually just a character in the syllabary, and does not actually mean anything. I think the person asking wants to know how to say the word "be" in Japanese. As in, How do you say "I will be there soon" in Japanese? or How do you say "He will be three years old next month." Answer …
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Usually around five baseball gloves can be made from one cow hide.
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Cows need some form of verbal communication if and when body language is not enough to get their point across, or if they have to communicate over a long distance. Their sense of language isn't adapted as ours is, and their tongue is not shaped the way a human's tongue is. The shape of their tongue …
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From a full-grown cow you can make 6 footballs.  Answer 2According to bluemoo.net it takes around 3,000 cows to supply the 22,000 footballs the NFL uses every season. That would make a little over 7 footballs per cow.
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No.
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If you talk to a dairy farmer who grazes his cows they are taken home morning and evening for milking, but in a natural state they would never come home.
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they were exposed to the diseaseDifferent answer:There is a theory that the Black Death was caused in part by anthrax. In that case, anthrax would almost certainly have been the cause of death for the sheep and cattle.
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Calf Once born, the cow is actually called a calf. Male calves, if left intact, are called bull calves, castrated male calves are called steer calves, and female calves are called heifer calves. The calf (in this case a heifer calf) will instinctively start feeding on its mothers milk nearly immedia…
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sort of kinda but don't jump to conclusions maybe he's just insecure. Sometimes men have a hard time getting over a cheating ex girlfriend more than girls have trouble getting over their cheating ex they really take it to the nth degree so to speak. He might not be getting enough attention from you …
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Answer Ten months is enough time for him to take action. At this point, it looks like he is not only not going to file for divorce, he is not going to resume the relationship. The best thing to protect your mental state is to start taking some action on your own, which will make you feel less pow…
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Cows do not sleep standing up, despite popular belief. They only doze for short periods of time, usually as a means to stand guard because they feel insecure for some reason or other, or because they just don't feel the need to lay down at the moment. Cattle are front-heavy and cannot lock their kne…
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you can tell the expences by the price reallyBetter get a good lawyer involved. Kowboy10
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A heifer is young female bovine that has never given birth to a calf. A heifer may be considered a cow if: She successfully gives birth and raises her second calfShe reaches adult maturity at 4 years of age Some people consider a heifer can become a cow after she gives birth to her first calf, but …
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The cattle should have been reviewed by a brand inspector before they were taken and only those cattle carrying the brand of the individual or company on which the bank has the lien should be taken. This is a serious matter and is a form of cattle rustling punishable as a criminal offense in most pl…
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It is entirely based on the cow's genetics and breed. They have spots because their parents had spots or maybe the cow's parents were different breeds and the resulting mixture was spotted colouration. The breed you are thinking of that has spotted cows would most likely be Holstein. Other breeds…
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Yes!An employer will hire the person without facial piercings over a person with piercings. Piercings show that a person is rebelious and likely to cause trouble. Whether that describes the person or not, people should always think long and hard before doing something permanant (at least it isn't a …
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Meaning of Black Underwear Your budget and how goth you are Answer tho many men dont realize this, black underwear is still underwear. a woman could just as casually thrown a black pair on as easily as a red pair. the color means close to nothing unless she makes it obvious there was a …
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The person has difficulty going into a full REM sleep (deep sleep).
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Cow tipping is a term that is probably invented by a country boy trying to impress his cityslicker friends. Cow tipping is probably also originated from tipping drunken cowboys for a laugh. Technically, a group of kids get into a pasture or corral with some cows, sneak up on one and suddenly rush a…
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Answer no Additional Info Whatever sleep was lost one night, cannot be made up the next or over any period of time. The body needs a certain amount of rest every single night in order to rejuvenate itself and be ready for the next day. Sort of like recharging your cell phone battery at night …
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You should put up flyers saying that this dog is missing and put up your home phone number to call you and then you should reward the person that finds your dog with a small sum of cash if you can afford it. If tyhey refuse you r reward then you just throw the money in their face and run. That doesn…
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Traditional bacon, as defined, only comes from pigs. However, there are products on the market that are not made from pig meat that are also called bacon, like Turkey bacon.
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That is an answer we will likely never know, as cattle, both domesticated and wild, have been around for thousands of years.
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Yes. Mature weights depend on the breed. Smaller breeds of cattle such as Dexter and Jersey mature anywhere between 600 and 1000 lbs. Larger breeds such as Charolais and Chianina mature up to 1600 to 1800 lbs. Most British breeds such as Angus, Hereford, Red Angus and Shorthorn mature between 1000 t…
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The word for cow in Thai is 'Wua' ( วัว ). The word for Oxen, or Water Buffalo is 'Khwai' ( ควาย )
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Cows not only moo but they also grunt, bellow, and make a short deep sound that usually is used to get attention of their calves. Cows do sometimes let out loud sharp bellows, and this is can happen when a cow is confused about its surroundings, however cows do not scream and especially not as they …
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Treat them the way they want to be treated, and be faithful to them.
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Blue mason jars with iron crosses are worth more than regular mason jars. Online venders sell them for between 8 and 25 dollars, depending upon the condition of the jar.
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Obviously, cows are real. Where do you think the majority of the milk we have comes from?
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It is called Antimatter. antimatter is exactly the opposite of matter. it can be made but the technology presently used today is not advanced enough for production to be cost effective, thus the reason for it costing 62.5 trillion dollars per gram. multiply that by one thousand and you get it pe…
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Yes. A lot of microorganisms or microflora are found in the cow's rumen and cecum, as well as all other parts of her body, outside and inside.
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牛(niu2) pronounced like " Knee Oh"
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Domesticated cattle live on farms, or ranches and are kept in barns or other means of shelter. In the wild they would live in woody areas with large amounts of grass land. They are domesticated, so they 'live' where ever we put them. Most likely in barns on farms and in fields, on farms.
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This is called shrink. Shrink is based on how far the animal has traveled via truck before it is put through the slaughter plant and killed.
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Nothing. It's not going to hurt it.
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They're covered in it. In some cows it's shaggy, and in others it's smooth. In most cases it's not very soft. (Newborn calves have soft hair.)
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very simple economic change: raised a large amount of money. if you also need the social change and political, i will add them in a sec.
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An Apple, A Cow Like people, objects are given names so that they can be referred to or recognized collectively. Without unified systems of reference, there would be no need for dictionaries, communication would be nearly impossible and the world would be in a state of constant chaos. I found…
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cow can fly only on the moon ask a bird .
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Antiques are usually priced by the age and history of the object. For example, if there are two similar old, intact objects, and one belonged to a middle-ranking person, while the other was the property of the king's palace. Chances are, the object that was in the palace would be worth more than the…
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First cattle were brought into the Americas in the late 1400's by the Spanish. In the 1600's, European settlers brought more cattle to the New World. But in all honesty, ranchers have been raising cattle since the late 1400's, which is around 500 years. So, ranchers have been raising cattle in the U…
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It depends on whether that cow is her mother or whether this heifer is a milk-thief. Mastitis can occur when the udder is subject to such injury as excessive bumping when the cow is running, when it's stepped on, or even by bacteria simply entering the teat canal into the udder. But if this cow hasn…
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1 pound or 2 pound. If its past 3 pound or is 3pound. U are in middle east
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Indians consume milk on a daily basis, and the cow as a provider of milk, is equated to one's mother (hence the expression Gomäta = mother cow). Traditionally, Indians had cows in every household. They were part of the family, with names and personalities. Just like one would not hurt/eat their pet…
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Cows Moo when they are unhappy. You will notice on a farm, when they eat, there is no moos, whenever they are happy no, mooing. But hit one with a rubber hose, as is done to get one to move in the direction you want it to go. And you will hear a moo. etc.
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This all depends on the breed. European breeds have a comfort zone between 20 degrees Celsius and -20 degrees Celsius. Brahmans, however, have a comfort zone between 30 degrees Celsius and -10 degree Celsius. Brahman-European crossbreds are in between.
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what about California
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Not sure, but . . .I can tell you with a high degree of certainty how much a cow produces in a year.Although the amounts vary from cow to cow depending upon many variables, including the quality of the feed given to the animals, a dairy cow cranks out about 142 kilograms of methane per year. (The U.…
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It depends on the cow, it could go from £50 - £5000 it really depends on it's condition and age. if your buying a thoroughbred, show cow it would cost a lot more than if someone is selling an old averagebred cow. In North America, a cow, depending on its breed, condition, age, calf-at-side or dry…
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According to Wikipedia Japan. They call it Kuzuri, クズリ. The word came from Nivkh language.
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Why Milkshakes Have Different Straws Most drink straws are about 5mm in diameter and are intended for sodas and thin, watery soft drinks. Shakes and Malts are known for being exceptionally thick (Thicker shakes are known to have better quality.) and are sometimes served with a spoon as well as a …
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they tan it and then they smoke them and then they r ready to turn into leather!
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Answer A cow produces about five gallons a day. But, the gallon of milk in the store contains some milk from every cow on the farm. All the milk is sent through the process together and gets mixed together in the tanks. Being you probably buy your milk in the grocery store and not from a farmer,…
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yes if no food,shade ,water and rest or any of these combined (only if solitary)
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The most well-known bovine colour that pops into the heads of most folks that hear the word "cows" are the black-and-white Holstein dairy cows. However, in terms of beef cows, the most popular colour in the U.S. is black. In Canada, it's primarily red, black or tan.
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Both horses and cattle came to the Americas in around 1490 when Christopher Columbus arrived with many Spanish refugees fleeing from Spain to develop new colonies in the New World and take over new land to call their own. He brought over the Spanish barbarian type horses (which are the foundation of…
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well i know i am only 16 but i have 10 tattoos already. if you really want a tattoo it should mean something to you, not just get it done to fit in with peers. i have 10 because they mean something to me. my first one was my daughters name, my second was her foot print, my third was my the date of h…
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ANSWER: I would say no. It wasn't the manure that was the culprit, it was more than likely the urine content. Too much nitrogen (ammonia) can kill any plant. Cow manure is used as a fertilizer and has a .5 .5 .5 rating.
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In the present day, cows are found all over the world on every continent except Antarctica. They are found on farms and ranches, in barns and out on pastures or ranges.
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Where's my tractor. Gettit
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This is highly dependent on the breed of the cow (referring to mature female bovines that have had at least one or two calves). An average cow is about 5 to 6 feet tall at the shoulder, with average weight being around 1500 lbs. Generally dairy cattle are a little taller than beef cattle. For examp…
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Classification is the process in which living things are organized into their logical order or system
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Normal body temperature is around 101.5 to 103 degrees Fahrenheit.
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The word Hindu came from the word Sindhu which meant those who lived on the other side of the Indus river. The Persian pronounced the Sindhu as Hindus, and all people living on the other side of the river Sindhu were called by them as Hindus. This is also the place that the religious belief of rein…
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The endocrine system consist of many glands. These glands secrete chemicals known as hormones. It operates with the pituitary gland which is located in the brain. This gland sends messages to the rest of the glands. That is why we feel mad , sad or in love. Function of the endocrine system is t…
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Yes there is, as a matter of fact. The most commonly known Friesian is the Holstien-Friesian diary cow. There are several different types: British, Dutch, German, Danish, Italian, Argentinian, Polish and Swedish. There also exists the American Beef Friesian. The second Friesian is the Friesian h…
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For both: A drover, stockie, herdsman, herder.For sheep: shepherd, drover, sheep-herder, stockieFor cattle: cowboy, cowpuncher, cowpoke, herdsman, drover, stockie
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Currently, dōseiaisha (同性愛者, literally same-sex-loving person), gei (ゲイ,gay), homosekushuaru (ホモセクシュアル,homosexual), rezu or rezubian (レズ、レズビアン, transliterations of lesbian) and homo(ホモ) are the most common terms. While dōseiaisha is used to refer t…
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You could call you're local sherriff's office for reports of a cow on the loose, or make a report of a lost cow with proper identification and such. But you may not be able to find your missing cow, as it probably has been stolen and already turned into hamburger, or shipped unknowingly to some othe…
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Usually Forest biomes or grasslands
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Chillingham Cattle Live in The Cheviot Hills of Northumberland.
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This all depends on the breed. Average weight for smaller cows (low-lines and miniatures, as well as Jerseys and Dexters) range from 600 to 900 lbs. For medium-framed cows, it can be from 1000 to 1600 lbs. For the large-framed cows, weight averages from 1600 lbs to over 2300 lbs.
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Answer What does Stirring mean in science Answer The same thing it means in cooking...stick in a stirrer and move the product around.
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The basic rule is that the circulating blood volume is about 7% of body weight. Karl-Heinz Diehl, Journal of Applied Toxicology 21, 15-23 (2001)
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To write an informative report about cows, it would be a good idea to do research. Check academic journals for articles about cows, and consult online encyclopedias. One could even call a local farmer and ask him or her any questions they may have about cows.
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because the PS3 video settings do not match your TV
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We need food.
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Mature weights of cows depend on the breed. Smaller breeds of cattle such as Dexter and Jersey mature anywhere between 600 and 1000 lbs (or 272 kg to 454 kg). Large Continental breeds such as Charolais, Marchigiana, Belgian Blue and Chianina mature up to 1400 to 2500 lbs (or 635 kg to 1134 kg). Brit…
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To feed and clothe humanity, cattle supply us with meat, dairy products, leather, and numerous by-products.
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there is more weight in the front
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Yes they definitely can, and they always jump when and where you don't want them to. Cattle are particularly good at jumping over fences.
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Yeah, they can be. But at times they can be too smart for their own good. Same with any other animal.
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A bullock is a European term for a steer. A steer is a male bovine that has been castrated before he reached sexual maturity. "Bullock" is also sometimes used just to refer to a young bull. I'm sure the bull takes notice when it transitions from one definition to the other! In the US it generally r…
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Not all cows are black, but I believe you are referring to the Angus breed, which are comprised of 100% black cattle, as well as other breeds that have chased the black fad such as Gelbvieh, Limousin, Simmental, Charolais (yes Charolais have black cattle), Salers, and Brangus, as well as smaller cat…
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This all depends on the breed of animal. They can range from, and be a mixture of blacks, browns, dark reds, greys, and whites and are pretty much any colour and variations of colours except any shade of purple, blue, green, orange and bright red. Generally, hair colour varies greatly: white, red r…
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This depends on what city you are referring to. Each city has different regulations and bylaws for different animals and livestock.
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NO never. Don't risk it, you might kill it. Get some basic training, buy a book. There is no need ever to do that.. If you can't handle the dog, give it to a loving home. Try the cattle prod on yourself see how it feels that gives you your answer.
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It is impossible to say. People have been milking cows for thousands of years so who would know ?
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