A cow shouldn't be bleeding after giving birth. She may have a torn uterus, so you'd better get the vet out ASAP.
How long after a cow gives birth does she cycle
A cow starts lactating AFTER giving birth. A cow will keep lactating for ten months, then dry up for 2 before giving birth again. So, that's 12 months between the first and second births.
A cow will never dry up if you keep milking her. That's the bottom line.
Commonly yes. A cow will start to lactate a few days to a couple weeks prior to giving birth.
This varies from each individual cow. On average, a cow will start to produce milk two to three days prior to giving birth.
Parturition or calving, just like with any other cow.
Calving or parturition, take your pick.