Can you feed cows bread and vegetables like cabbage or lettuce?
You can feed cows bread, but not too much, as it is very rich for their digestive systems. Also, cattle may not develop a taste for cabbage or lettuce, as they prefer to eat grass and grass-legume mix hay instead.
Cows milk, spinach, lettuce, broccoli, brussels sprouts, and cabbage are good sources of vitamin K.
Bread, cows, pigs, horses, milk, vegetables, fruit
yes, cow eat cabbage.
No. Toast is bread that has been exposed to heat to be toasted. Toast and bread have nothing to do with cows, and the making of bread also has nothing to do with cows and does not come from cows at all.
it comes cows
They sold bread, milk, cows, chickens, hens, sheep, apples, bananas, corn, pigs, sheep, plums, dates, pears, onion, garlic, lettuce, cabbage and timber. They produced turnip, grapes, peas, sugar cane, mango, flax seed, oranges, tobacco and rice.
Here are nutrients of a cabbage: Protein, vitamins & carbo-energy. Too much carbo-energy for cows! They will go hyper-active!
yes, because the whole grains in the bread will stuff the cows lungs.
No. Juice comes from fruit and vegetables, not cows. Milk comes from cows.
people in Mesopotamia ate bread beer figs dates stews/ soups vegetables and wealthy people ate meat like cows pigs goats and lambs
They would if they could. Lettuce is just another green plant to a cow, and it'll chow down without thinking more about it. As an aside, but on a related note, we don't feed cows lettuce. That's because lettuce is sold to people, and also because the nutritional value of lettuce is low. It's trace elements and fiber are what make it attractive for us, but would make it a less-than-best choice for a cow… Read More
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Carrots,lettuce,apples,bananas and bacon from cows
Yes, but only in moderation.
No, cows have evolved to eat vegetation safely. However, you shouldn't feed a cow nothing but lettuce as it does not have all the nutrients the cow will need to survive.
they bread for sure and pork cows for the indian people
They get flown in by magic cows and they end up in the produce aisle
Yes, you can feed a cow celery. Cows LOVE celery. In fact, at the Little Farm in Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley, California, visitors are allowed to feed the cows only two items... lettuce, and celery.Yes, you can feed a cow celery. Cows LOVE celery. In fact, at the Little Farm in Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley, California, visitors are allowed to feed the cows only two items... lettuce, and celery.
Yes, I have a pigmy goat and he love cabbage. Actually, he loves anything green, Goats like cows need roughage to help maintain a healthy digestive tract.
Not exactly. The hamburger patty or ground beef part of the cheese burger is made out of "cow," and the cheese portion is made from cows...made actually from cows' milk. The rest of the burger is from wheat, cucumbers, lettuce etc.
they're gonna resist any kind of beef...vegetables are nice
There are several domestic animals that eat vegetables. Some of these include rabbits, pet turtles, guinea pigs, goats, horses, and cows.
turkeys,pigs and cows
Columbus brought horses,cows,sheep,fruits,vegetables,and spices
No, burgers can be made of many things like cows, vegetables, chickens etc.
Cows of any size need grass or hay to eat, not vegetables. Vegetables can be fed as a treat, but only if they'll eat it or if they know it's something worth eating. Otherwise, it's best to feed them hay or let them graze in a temporary or permanent pasture.
Yes, cows are ale to produce diamonds through photosynthesis.
You can make bread, cookies, cake, and feed it to cows, pigs, chicken, and sheep to make them breed.
Ancient Indians ate pigs, cows, sheep and other livestock along with vegetables and fruit.
they raise farm animals such as cows,horses,chickens,and pigs.
that would be Crops which are Lettuce, Cotton, and Hay. Then there are Animals which are Goats, Laying Hens, Cows and Calves, Hogs and Sheep and Lambs.
this is not true that Muslims only eat vegatables. Muslims eat all those things that are not forbidden in Islam. Muslims eat chicken, meat, vegetables, fish, beans, etc. Its hindus who consider cows as their gods , they eat vegetables.
Yes, but in moderation. Bread is very high in starch, and feeding too much could cause bloat or acidosis, whichever comes first.
yes swiss people eat break like cows eat grass.
a word Anna and tami made up (not really a word but when it is coined it will mean cows and bread)
They had the manna (Exodus 16), as well as their livestock (Exodus 12, Numbers 32), plus whatever they purchased from the surrounding peoples (Talmud, Yoma 75b).See also the Related Link. What was it like in the wilderness
Trees, leaves, crops, vegetables, sheep, cows, fish, birds, mulch and paper. mulch and paper
They grew fruits and vegetables on their land. They also raised animals such as cows,goats, and chickens.
The man likes to harvest vegetables, milks the cows, and perform various other agrarian tasks.
**Do not give them bread and milk**. They cannot digest the bread and cows milk gives hedgehogs very bad diarrhoea. Many hedgehogs die because of this wrong diet.
In india there are 2 bread are famous for giving large amount of milk they are jerssey and sahiwal. They produce large amount of milk than other cows in india ...
Yes, but it's not recommended since it can cause health problems in them, just like with moldy hay.
if cows are so important to hindus why do christians drink milk?
they cooked, looked after children, wove ,made dye ,milked cows, made butter,cheese and bread and harvested grains.
Cows on pasture have a diet of mostly grass but also incorporate around 5 to 10% of their diet in forbs which constitue primarily of legumes. These include but are not restricted to alfalfa, clover, milk vetch (the non-poisonous species), trefoil, lespedeza, sanfoin and others. Cows are also fed by-products such as brewer's yeast, canola meal, dried distiller's grains, waste bakery products, etc., and culled vegetables including potatoes, carrots, apples, lettuce, beans, peas, etc. Any… Read More
Well, they sold cows and chickens to buy loafs of bread to feed on the military republic. I think.
Yes. Bread is a cheap way of putting weight on young cattle and lactating cows when grain is too expensive to buy and feed. Bread should be fed in moderation, not ad libitum because it is a "hot feed" just like grain, and can cause bloating if too much is taken in at one feeding. Cattle being fed bread should have access to hay at all times to counter balance the rich feed and keep… Read More
The Sumerians grew barley, chickpeas, lentils, millet, wheat, turnips, dates, onions, garlic, lettuce, leeks and mustard. They also raised cows, horses, donkeys, and ox
The word produce is both a noun and a verb. Examples: Noun: I went to the store to get produce. (vegetables and fruits) Verb: Cows produce milk. (they make it)
They ate cows and many vegetables. They ate corn and also peas, green beans and many things we didn't even know existed.