A collection of opinions from s.com contributors:Drinking 2 percent milk everyday will not cause weight gain. It is very healthy to drink a cup of any milk everyday. The 2 percent milk has the upside of less fat but still contains calcium.No, it will not cause weight gain. I have been dieting for tw…
The following advice on leg exercises is applicable to males and females, alike... ...You need to perform weight lifting leg exercises using heavy to moderate weight. You should be on a high quality weight training program, eating enough calories (bodyweight x ~18) and enough protein (bodyweight X …
Since this is purely asked in a "Cows and Cattle" Q&A category, the short answer is yes. Now, keeping the question to the Cattle Category, inbreeding can be used and it is also shunned in the cattle industry. Inbreeding is when full brothers are mated to full sisters. Closebreeding is when daugh…
use anti-perspirant/deoderant it will work the same on your feet as under your arms.
Never wear runners as they make your feet sweat. Wear good leather shoes. If you are a woman try not to wear pantyhose (keeps the skin from breathing) and if you are a man or woman and wear socks make sure they a…
Usually around five baseball gloves can be made from one cow hide.
This young heifer would not be coming into heat every 21 days or so. If you were watching her closely and counting off the days between each estrus (heat period) then she would most likely be pregnant. However, confirmation must be sought by your local large animal veterinarian, who will preg-check …
This depends on many things....... I am almost 20 and some mornings I wake up and wonder why I am living on my own...... I think I am not ready sometimes but enough about me....It depends on the age in your state/country where you become an adult..... this can be anywhere from 16-18. Any lawyer/poli…
Make certain you turn the A/C OFF before shutting off your engine. In hot weather a rather unpleasant smell will blow out the next time you start the A/C. I don't know if it dries out the vent or what, but I just shut it off 10 seconds or so before turning off the ignition. I live in the Mojave and …
Yes. If you buy a hand breast pump and frequently extract milk, the amounts should increase. Alternatively you can continue to breast feed and if you are not sure of the amounts the baby is getting, try weighing the infant before and after feeds.
Answer:Start by keeping up your fluids and try…
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.
Milk production in cows
Cows neither produce milk all the time, nor do they only produce milk when they are pregnant. In general, cows begin to produce milk when they give birth and will continue to do so until they are "dried-off", which happens when their calf is weaned (beef cows) or when the …
Unless your name is Mary, it's highly unlikely you are a pregnant virgin. BUT, that's not the point.
If you have never been sexually penetrated but are pregnant, you can, and will, still give birth the same way everyone else does. The great myth about virginity is that you are somehow sealed shut f…
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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premature labor or else she wasn't really six months pregnant most time if there is a problem with the baby she can go into premature labor or if she has some type of illness that can bring premature labor and because she is a idot who has never heard of a f***ing condom
Visit your local county extension agent for information. A local agricultural college or college that has an agricultural program involving dairy and/or beef cattle is also a good place to visit to get breeding info on cattle. The internet is also a good place to go with, but be sure to make sure …
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 …
There is no legal limit to how old or young you have to be to have kids. It is physically impossible for anyone to have a child before reaching puberty. So in order to have a child, both the mother and the father must have started puberty, meaning they are not likely to be younger than 10. And it is…
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…
it would over heat
They'll grow around the middle. Not like a human pregnancy with a bump in the stomach (although the pregnancy will show here at first) but all around; their hips and stomach both will look very bloated and if you touch it GENTLY will feel somewhat firm and bumpy.
i would believ taht it is when you feel dizzzy you no bloated its something everyone gets but it is believed to also happen when you get your period (for the girls)
The common rule of thumb is that 10% of heifers born with a twin brother are fertile, leaving only 90% of heifers in a brother-sister twin combination sterile as freemartins or hermaphordites.
Prior to having the calf, the milk begins to form or snythesize in the cow's mammary glands. Prolactin, adrenal cortical homones and placental lactogen are what are responsible for the beginning of milk synthesis in the cow's udder. All of these hormones increase rapidly right before parturition or …
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…
Firstly, sperm are cells, you can't see them with your unaided eyes. I guess you are talking about semen, which is the medium in which sperm travels. Ok, semen is mostly water, actually. A number of glands (like the cowper, prostate) add their contributions along the way. The role of semen is to tra…
no..the average weight for a person that tall is around 158-160 lbs. And: according to the BMI index witch is widely used and recognizes by both diet experts and doctors as a good way to estimate weight and/or overweight a weight of only 130 pounds for a person as tall as that is actually considered…
To some degree the answer depends upon the age of the calf and the severity of the diarrhea. In a neonatal calf with severe diarrhea, treatment needs to start immediately to prevent death within 48 hours; in a heavy calf with mild diarrhea, you can wait to see if intervention is needed.Overall, diar…
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.…
A dairy calf needs colostrum in its first few hours of life, so the calf is allowed to stay with its mother for a day or two. It is then, in commercial dairy operations, taken away to be placed in a calf hut or pen or in a calf barn and is bottle-fed with milk-replacer for a few months before being …
Yes, all cows have babies called calves.
How many sperm are released in each ejac
there are 20-100 million sperm cells per milliliter
2 - 6 milliliter per ejaculation
50 - 500 million sperm per ejaculation.
men with less than 20 million sperm cells per milliliter
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average sperm density has …
Normal body temperature is around 101.5 to 103 degrees Fahrenheit.
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People reproduce when they have sex resulting in pregnancy. It starts a sperm cell and an egg. The egg cell and sperm cell that reaches it first come together to start the process of making a baby.
Straight, unpasteurized milk from a cow, or powdered milk that is derived from unpasteurized milk (see your local large animal vet for the best milk replacer, as brands are sometimes different between countries/states/provinces, but basically are the same). NO SOY MILK REPLACER OR ANY MILK REPLACE T…
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evolving Pokemon in each battle style. You will get a 2 king's
rocks, 1 metal coat, 1 uprade & 1 dragon scale. Unless you
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Looking at a gestation calendar for cattle, she would be due on March 9, 2008.
A boys body regulates the temperature to his genitalia to ensure his seed remains viable (use-able). Sweat glands ensure the heat is dissipated before it cooks the sperm.
If you're sexually active, you're going to definitely want to take a pregnancy test. Is this normal for your periods? Have you ever been this late before?
If it's wet, it'll get everywhere.
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Gerard Bull is a scientist who build a super cannon for the Iraqis that could launch a projectile 1000km.
Gerard Bull was a ballistics genius who believed that a gun could do …
You would call her a pregnant woman about to give birth.
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i don't know really...you should ask your vet. ;)
There is no known illness that has cows having a deficiency of magnesium immediately after calving! You might be thinking of calcium, not magnesium, that dips suddenly in the cow right after calving. This is called Milk Fever. Milk fever occurs when the cow is unable to mobilize reserves of calcium …
On the cow, it's usually its called hide or skin. After the cow is skinned, it's called hide, leather, cowhide, pelt, that sort of thing.
CALVES, not cows, are born at a weight between 50 lbs and 120 lbs, particularly for the European normal-sized breeds. For the miniature cattle, birth weights are about 10 to 30 lbs.
A feeder or stocker calf. Also called a beefer. These calves are beef calves, or male dairy calves that are castrated and fattened up for their meat.
No, Highland cattle are primarily beef cattle. They will not produce the amount of milk a dairy breed would, but can be milked.
It depends on the age of that cow or heifer, what position the calf is in when it enters the birth canal, and what size the calf is. Some may even say that it also depends on the sex of the calf as well. It should only take a few hours or more for the calf to start to emerge during the early stages …
Only if your parents agree to to allow it (even in that case, your parents are still legally responsible for you). Being pregnant does not emancipate a minor. You are still subject to the your parents control and authority until you turn 18 (which is when you become a legal adult).
Put her with a bull or get her artificially inseminated.
A newborn calf can walk on its own within a time period ranging from 10 minutes to a couple hours after being born.
Cow apparently is derived from Old English cu which came from old German kwon which was derived from some protogermanic word Gwous, which is believed to be an onomatopoeic form of the noise a cow makes, commonly referred to today as lowing or a moo.In order to clearly differentiate it from a bull, a…
Down your leg or on your face.
Lifting weights and taking steroids. Your muscles need protein and weight training. Lift weights at the gym and right after you are done working out drink a protein shake.
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A young cow, in the sense of it being female, is called a heifer. Heifers remain so until they have had a calf. However in the more general sense, a young "cow" is called a calf.
Breeding season can be any time of the year. Usually it's in the summer time that breeding season takes place, though.
It synthesizes and stores milk until it is time for the milk to come out either by stimulation from the milking machine or by hand or by the scent and suckling action of the cow's calf.
Cows can give birth any time of the year, so long as it's been around 9.5 to almost 10 months after conception. Those goes for heifers as well.
You can get your licence to be a Registered Nurse (2 year associate degree). Then apply for a job in a hospital on and obstretices unit. You could also get a job in a pediatrics Dr. office All kind of depends on how much schooling you wanna do. Also you could be an Medical office assistant (I think …
A single milking generally lasts under 30 minutes, from pre-cleaning the udder to post-dipping the teats and releasing the cow back to her pen or pasture. A single lactation is ideally 305 days long, although this will vary depending upon her due date and how long the farmer wants the cow to be dry …
Try aiming for 100 per day for four weeks then 200 per day in the sixth week and so on. Your sure to have killer calves by then. :) Good luck!
On average, the gestation period or length-of-pregnancy of a cow is 285 days long. This is similar to the pregnancy period of a woman, which is closer to around 9 months or ~260 days. However, actual gestation period of a cow can range from 270 days to 295 days, depending primarily on breed[s], age…
Primarily by the fences that their owners (farmers and ranchers) put up to prevent them from running amok in the countryside. Cows are also limited by the way they are dependent on people to feed them and give them shelter, especially cows that live in the northern climates where there is deep snow …
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There are several methods out there that are at your disposal to wean a calf: 1. Spiked nose-ring with the spikes pointing outward that is placed in the calf's nose (no need to poke any holes in between the calf's nostrils because it is a temporary tool). Calf and mother does not need to be separat…
sperm is made of lots of little tadpoles
Belgian Blues can go for as low as $0.20/lb to as high as $50, 000 or more.
Cows don't laugh. They're cold-hearted animals.
Cows do not have periods, which is shedding the uterine membrane in human females. Cows have heats or estrus (not estrous, which is the total length of the female reproductive cycle including when she is in heat and when she is not), which occur every 21 days, not every month or 4 weeks.
It certainly depends on the local laws in your area - it is best for you to seek legal advice. Good Luck .
It is called a 'fry'
A cow only has one udder, with four teats for each quarter of the udder.
From nose to rump, between 5 and 8 feet in length, depending on the breed and size of the cow in question.
Cattle were originally identified by Carolus Linnaeus as three separate species. These were Bos taurus, the European cattle, including similar types from Africa and Asia; Bos indicus, the zebu; and the extinct Bos primigenius, the aurochs. The aurochs is ancestral to both zebu and European cattle. M…
We are organic beings, not machines. That is why most people have a variance in the number of days between periods and their duration.
answer stressing can cause your period to be late and being ill can as well. So you don't need to worry. Stress, age, diet, being ill etc can cause y…
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Bulls are dangerous and unpredictable because of one of two things: jealousy and protection over their girls (the cows), and because they really really want to eat. Bulls that can smell a cow in heat and are being herded through a corral can become quite exited, and do as …
Generally, calves. A single "young cattle" is called a calf. More specifically, they can also be called bull calves if they are intact young male bovines, steer calves if they're castrated young males, or heifer calves which are young female calves. Calves are called calves from birth until weanin…
Stud bulls can be referred to as follows: bulls leased out to another breeder, or bulls used in an AI (artificial insemination) program which these bulls' semen are stored to be used on many different cows in distant locations.
the gestation period of a goat (how long she will be pregnant) is about 5 months after the day she mated.
Her udder swells with colostrum, her vulva engorges with blood, her sides will sink in front of her thurls, there may be some mucous coming out of her vulva. She'll get fidgety and look for a place to calve. When her udder is full, she's about 3-7 days from calving, although some cows or heifers won…
A woman is born with more eggs than she needs, anywhere betwen 300,000 to 500,00. Inside the ovaries, the eggs are still "oocytes" and premature. Before adulthood, the oocytes are dormant. When a woman hits puberty and begins menstrating, her ovaries begin to mature.During ovulation each month, an o…
Far less than there are cows.
Instinctively, to share and spread their genes. Mental/ or emotionally, by humans standards, to raise children and have someone in their image that they have personally nourished. But now and days, children seem to be having children. Humans are complicated things, there is no definitive answer to t…
It doesn't hurt you, but it is painful for the animal, yes. Use of local anaesthetic is more commonly used with dehorning cattle, as well as the choice to dehorn cattle when they are very young and when the horns are just mere buds--not full grown horns. It hurts an animal worse when you're removing…
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Cows do not give birth every month. They give birth once a year or ever 11 months. As such the question has no merit.
It depends on breed. Nigerians go at about 153. Some that have had them before go at about 145. The average is 145-155. But it depends on breed and individual goat.The average gestation period for a goat is ~150 days.
No. A bull is the opposite sex of a cow, and both sexes are of the
species known as the Domesticated Bovine (Bos taurus and
Bos indicus). A bull is the intact male that is used to
breed cows, and a cow is a mature female bovine that gives birth to
offspring called calves after being bred by a bull.