No, cows do not make chickens, only chickens reproduce
the answer is 27 cows and 9 chickens
On this farm there would be a total of 18 cows. There would also be 18 chickens, combining to make 36 heads and 104 legs.
no. cows have udders, not chickens
Here is an expression with four terms: 3 cows + 4 chickens + 6 cows - 2 chickens The two 'cow' terms can be combined: 3 cows + 6 cows = 9 cows The two 'chicken' terms can be combined: 4 chickens - 2 chickens = 2 chickens So after combining like terms, the expression is: 9 cows + 2 chickens .
chickens there's more chickens
We are consumers as we do not make our own food. We have to eat other animals (cows, pigs, chickens) or plants (corn, wheat, rye) for food. The cows, pigs and chickens are also consumers.
Most definitely not. Pigs are most likely to eat chickens than cows. Cows are strictly herbivorous and can actually live with chickens without any trouble, such as fear of them eating a chicken or two. NO.
Cows produce dairy products. Chickens are poultry.
We eat the cows and chickens. They are food. The same cannot be said of cats and dogs in most cultures. In most cultures we do not kill pets, not even when they are cows and chickens.
There are 30 cows 20 ate chickens 28 is the answer 20 ate
From Cows and Chickens
chickens and cows
7 cows and 11 chickens. Cows have 4 legs. Chickens have 2 legs. (4 legs)(7 cows) + (2 legs)(11 chickens) = 50 legs. 7 cow heads = 11 chicken heads = 18 heads.
No, chickens are reproduced only from another chicken.
No part. Chickens come from chickens, not cows.
yes they can, unlike cows.
You use wheat on them. It's the same way to breed pigs, cows, and sheep.
63 plus the farmer and his good mrs
94 three legged cows and 25 chickens.
I believe cows are shot.
Neither because cows cannot talk like humans can.
Do-it-in-your-head method: If all animals were chickens there would be 96 legs. There are 26 extra legs, each on a cow, so there are 26 cows and therefore 22 chickens.
Not one, but two simultaneous equations. a cows, b chickens. Number of animals: a+b = 40 Number of legs: 4a+2b = 100
The resposibilties that a pioneer farmer had to do was to milk the cows, set hens, make honey, and raise chickens.
Get some resource - for example through mining, or killing cows or chickens - and then sell it.
buffalo's cows sheep chickens
cows chickens and donkeys mostly
You can eat cows, chickens, and pigs...
chickens pig cows goat
Cow = x Chicken =y x+y=34 -> x=34-y 4x+2y=100 4(34-y)+2y=100 126-4y+2y=100 -2y=-26 y=13 (13 chickens) x=34-13=21 (21 cows) There are 21 cows and 13 chickens.
There are 40 animals in a farm cows and chickens and the total legs is 100 and the answer is 30 chickens and 10 cows. Use Guess and Check Method. No of Cows No of Chickens Total number of Legs Total number of animals Check 20 × 4 = 80 20 x 2 = 40 120 40 X 15 x 4 = 60 25 x 2 = 50 110 40 X 10 x 4 =…
If you want to get sheep you need to have 4 Chickens and Cows (of any age). Once you have 4 Chickens and Cows Mirabelle will start selling Sheep for 4000G.
Chickens do not need to eat, but give two chickens wheat and they will have a chick. Same with cows, sheep, pigs, and mooshroms.
Chickens (H) + Cows (C) = 66 : so C = 66 - H However there are 2H chickens legs and 3C cows legs : 2H + 3C = 163 Substituting for C gives : 2H + 3(66 - H) = 163 : 2H +198 - 3H = 163 : H = 35. Number of chickens = 35 (and number of cows = 66 - 35 = 31)
10 cows didn't eat there were 30 chickens.
Depends on the type of farm, but some of them might be: cows, chickens, turkeys, roosters, sheep, goats, pigs, cats, and dogs. On a farm you can find: Sheep Cows Pigs A Sheepdog Chickens Ducks Turkeys On a farm you can find: Sheep Cows Pigs A Sheepdog Chickens Ducks Turkeys
Put some wheat in your hand, pigs, cows, chickens and sheep will follow you.
A cow has 4 legs; therefore, 4 legs times 8 cows equals 32. A chicken has 2 legs; therefore, 2 legs times 10 chickens equals 20. So, 8 cows have more legs than 10 chickens.
Chickens, Cows and Birds
Cows, pigs and chickens.
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Pigs Sheep Cows and Chickens
No. Cows are mammals, not birds, therefore they do not nor will ever have a beak. Chickens have beaks, ducks, geese and turkeys have beaks, but never cows.
milk- cows, goats eggs- chickens honey- bees silk- silkworms meat- cows, pigs, chickens, etc. labor- sheep dogs, etc. wool- sheep fur- not sure poop for fertilizer- cows
Suppose there are x chickens and y cows Then heads => x + y = 64 And Legs => 2x + 3y = 147 2*Heads: 2x +2y = 128 Subtract from Legs: 19 = y Substitute in Heads: x = 45 Answer: 45 chickens.
Do-it-in-your-head method: If all animals were chickens there would be 90 legs. There are 20 extra legs, each on a cow, so there are 20 cows and therefore 25 chickens.
Cows = M Chickens = C M+C=54 3M+2C=159 C=54-M 3M+2(54-M)=159 3M+108-2M=159 M+108=159 M=51 Cows C=3 Chickens
Any animal that is raised for the sole purpose of making money for the farmer. Examples of this are chickens, and cows. The reason is because a farmer raises chickens and cows with intent to sell them or products from them for a profit.
There are no chicken in cows. Chickens and cows are two very different species, and neither is found inside the other, or even consumed by the other.
No. only cows and goats produce milk and some other species! chickens lay eggs