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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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You can own as many cows as you are able to take care of and raise without the animal being malnourished or without shelter.
Answer: when little tom was born.
Yes but it is calleg KARICARE GOLD.
There is a big blue cow in Rockhampton, Queensland. The original Big Cow is very close to the Big Pineapple, near Nambour on the Sunshine Coast. It is no longer a tourist… attraction, but is now the mascot for an outdoor furniture outlet.
austrualia consists large number of cows and sheeps,the country gets remarkable profits with the milk products,dairy industry acts as a backbone for it.
They were imported.
On average a full sized cow will have about 35 pints of blood in them. Humans on average have about 10 pints of blood.
This is a difficult question to answer, since the sex of a calf is actually predetermined by the sire, not the dam. Also, how many heifers a cow has in her lifetime is more va…riable than you can imagine: some cows never give birth to heifer calves, others give birth to nothing but heifer calves, and still others can have a ratio anywhere from 10:1 in heifer calves or vice versa. When naturally breeding cows, or when you are not using sexed semen on cows and heifers, you really don't know the sex of a calf until it's born. Most producers don't have enough money to do an ultrasound on their cows, so they have to wait until calving season to see whether a particular cow of theirs has thrown a bull or a heifer.
A cow can travel at least 3 to 4, sometimes more, miles per day. But it all depends on where their water, mineral and food sources are and how far apart they are from each oth…er. Some cows don't need to travel such great distances, others do.
Yes, there are currently cows all over the world.
There are just over 3 million.
As many as you like, so long as you get as many as you, your wallet and your land can handle.
Cattle were brought to Australia on the First Fleet To be used as asource of food, and to develop breeding stock for the future. TheEuropeans were completely unable to live of…f the land as theAustralian Aborigines had done for millennia, so they needed tobring their own food supplies, and that included live animals.
Both (they drink milk there as well as eat beef) but there are more beef cattle.