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How many cows are there in Australia?
1998 there were just over 26.7 million cattle in Australia, and about three million of these were dairy cattle, with the remaining being beef cattle. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in June 2004, these figures had not changed a great deal. Beef cattle numbers were still about 23.3 million.
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An average cow can weigh between 450 and 700 kg or more.
There are about 9 million dairy cows in the United States. Dairy cows can make a lot more milk than in the past. In the 1940's there were 25 million cows.
On average a full sized cow will have about 35 pints of blood in them. Humans on average have about 10 pints of blood.
There are 31 vertebrae bones that cows have. The bones can be found spread in the neck and back and also in the tail.
There are about 100 million cows overall in the US.
A cow has one heart.
You can own as many cows as you are able to take care of and raise without the animal being malnourished or without shelter.
About 2 million
As many as you like, so long as you get as many as you, your wallet and your land can handle.
I would recomed to milk the cow at probably twice a day. Or if you just have one cow when she has milk presser.
A cow usually has two eyes. In unusual cases (where sticks were involved) they might have one.
The two most popular species of cows are: Bos Taurus (European-type cattle like the Holstein, Angus and Hereford) Bos indicus (Indian/African-type cattle like Brahman, Nel…ore and Indu-Brazilian) Other five lesser known cows include the following: Bos gaurus (Gaur, or Indian Bison) Bos frontalis (Gayal) Bos javanicus (Bateng) Bos sauveli (Kouprey or Grey Ox) Bos grunniens (Yak) So in total there are actually seven species of cows in the world.
This question is irrelevant because not all cows have spots and those that have spots are of a particular breed like Holstein, for instance. The "average" cow cannot ever be e…xpected to have spots--quite frankly, the average cow may be more solid-coloured than spotted!!