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Does red bull have calves blood in it?

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2011-05-27 10:06:21
2011-05-27 10:06:21

No. Calves' blood is not an ingredient of Red Bull.

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There is no such thing. Bull calves are male, never either male or female. Female calves are called heifer calves.

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Bull calves or steer calves.

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Bull calves, steer calves, cows and heifers.

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Yes. She can also have twin bull calves, or one of each.

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The bull chases the movement not the colour. The bullfighters cloak is traditionally red to a) hide the blood and b) part of the whole spectacle. But it is the origin of the phrase, "Red rag to a bull"

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Nope. And here's why:Answer #1: A cow cannot produce offspring with another cow. Just like sexual intercourse between two women cannot nor will not produce a baby. So, in order to produce a calf, we need to put a BULL into the equation, and remove one of the cows. Which one, you ask? I say it's up to you. But remember this: Bulls contain semen which contain sperm which are able to travel to the embryo (after being ejaculated into the female) and fertilize it by natural fusion and create a baby calf. Now that we have sorted that out, lets tweak the question a bit:Could a roan cow and a white bull (or a roan bull and a white cow) have calves which are red?Now from here, I can properly answer the question in the second part below. Answer #2: Using a Punnett square (you can draw one on a piece of paper as I cannot do one on here), you have the coat colour genes from the Roan Cow which are symbolized as RW for Red & White as Roans are animals that have red and white hair intermixed together. This is what is referred to as a Codominant Gene. Next, you have the genes from the White Bull which are symbolized as WW since the bull has white hair. Now draw your Punnett square and you will get the following chance of coat colouration in the resulting calves:50% chance of white calves50% chance of roan calves0% chance of red calves.So the answer to this question remains: No, you cannot possibly have red calves when a roan cow is bred to a white bull (or a roan bull is bred to a white cow).

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Veal does not come from bulls, nor cows. Veal is the meat from young calves, be they steer calves, bull calves or heifer calves. NEVER bulls or cows.

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Bull. Females are cows; young are calves.

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The offspring of a cow and a bull is called a calf. If the calf is female, she is referred to as a heifer calf. If the calf is male, then he, unless castrated after birth, is called a bull calf. Castrated calves are called steer calves.

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male=bull woman=cows babys=calves

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put him in the dairy barn with the cows and you will get calves :)

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No. Only a heifer calf twinned to a bull calf will be infertile, not twin heifer calves.

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