What are cattle?

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Cattle are a mammalian species of herbivorous animals with cloven hooves that have a four-chambered stomach. The word "cattle" is a term that refers to more than one bovine or, colloquially speaking, cow. Cattle are domesticated creatures descended from the truly wild Aurochs and have been selectively bred and used by man for meat, milk and draft work since the New Stone Age.
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What are cattle raised for?

Mostly for beef and/or dairy. Cattle are also raised to keep the grass down in the pastures or on an acreage where they are raised as a lawn ornament.

What are cattle mounds?

Cattle Mounds were raised areas or mounds built to allow livestock to climb to higher ground during floods. Three cattle mounds found in the Congaree National Swap include the

What are cattle mounds found in Congaree swamp?

Cattle mound #6, Brady's cattle mound, and Big lake cattle mound.. No, let's get it correct. Cattle Mounds were raised areas or mounds built to allow livestock to climb to hi

What are cattle used for?

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What are cattle drives?

Cattle Drive--- A journey in which cowboys herded cattle north to the railroad depots in the 1800's

What are cattle qualities?

- Marbling - Tenderness - Rib eye area - Feminity (for cows and heifers) - Masculinity (for bulls) - Calving ease - Milking ability - Forage convertibility or feed efficiency

What are cattle primarily fed in Australia?

Grass, barley, oats, wheat, and maybe some corn.

What are cattle producing states?

Cattle producing states are those top states in America that are known for producing the largest number of cattle. These include Texas, Oklahoma, Montana, South Dakota, Kansas