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the average cow produces 29 glasses of milk each day
About 135 head
Chimpanzees gain about 6 1/2 pounds a day!
Please clarify. Dairy and beef are fed 2 COMPLETELY different diets.
This all depends on location, time of year, pasture quality and the breed of dairy cattle in question. The related question below asks the same question in a more general sens…e, and thus would answer this same question in a similar matter.
10 to 16 pounds
It Depends. How much exercise you get, how old you are, and whether you are a girl or boy determines how much food a person eats.
About 10 Gallons if they average 88 pounds a day.
Depending on the milking procedure and how many times the dairy cow is milked per day, a cow will produce anywhere between 4 and 11 gallons of milk a day.
9 pounds of food per day
One 1000 lb cow with or without a calf will consume 25 lbs of feed/forage per day in dry matter (DM) ration. This is equivalent to what's called the Animal Unit (AU), since 1 …AU = 1 x 1000 lb cow with or without a calf. In context, this means that a cow or a bovine of any size will eat 2.5% of his/her body weight in DM ration per day. Actual or as-fed consumption varies with moisture content of the feed or forage.
Producers shoot for 3lb of gain per day in the feed lot
about 50 to 60 pounds of milk 80 or more if its a good cow but thats wat they should give twice a day
In Animal Life
In zoos, camels eat between 7 and 8 pounds of hay and dry grains a day.
This will vary according to the horse. If a human is feeding a horse they need to feed by body weight and not the flake/scoop method that is so popular. A horse will eat betwe…en 1.5% to 3.0% of it's own body weight per day. So for instance a 1,000 pound horse will eat 10 to 30 pounds of food daily. A easy keeper or horse that is not in any kind of work or light work should be fed strictly hay at about 2% of it's body weight. A horse that is in moderate work usually receives 2.5% of it's body weight. And a hard keeper or horse horse in heavy work typically receives 3% of it's body weight in food.
This is one question that is impossible to answer because of many reasons such as: A cow cannot live on one type of forage for an entire yearA dairy cow will need to be treat…ed or given a preventative for bloat from a diet of nothing but alfalfa, if that is what the purpose of the question is.Location was never specifiedPrecipitation for the particular area was never identifiedA question of whether that cow is being grazed on alfalfa or if it's being fed all year round needs to be answeredWhat is the weight of this cow? What breed? If the cow is being fed, how many times during a growing year is that to-be-specified acreage of alfalfa should be cut? Once? Twice? Thrice?If the cow is not being fed a diet of strictly alfalfa as was posed in the second bullet, then what else is this cow being fed? As such, depending on your location and, as mentioned before, how many cuts of alfalfa are taken off if the cow is being fed and not grazed, acreage can range from 2 acres to 20 acres. If grazed, it would be significantly more than that.