1998 there were just over 26.7 million cattle in, and about three million of these were dairy cattle, with the remaining being beef cattle. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in June 2004, these figures had not changed a great deal. Beef cattle numbers were still about 23.3 million.
There are just over 3 million.
Yes, there are currently cows all over the world.
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No. Cows and all other stock animals have been introduced to Australia.
Yes. No different from cows being introduced to Australia or North America.
Both (they drink milk there as well as eat beef) but there are more beef cattle.
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you can have as many cows you can fit on your farm
There are 1,279,000 cows in Wisconsin.
Cows have 60 chromosomes.
Yes, There are many cows in Africa.
there are so many cows in the world is it impossible to count?!?!?
Cows, sheep, goats, poultry and horses.
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Not many, since cows are considered sacred in this country.
there are about 7 million cows in Canada
Many types of cows originated in Europe. These cows can just reproduce, but other cows can be imported from all over.
Yes. Jersey cows are brown cows which are dairy cows, as are Brown Swiss. But not all brown cows are dairy cows, there are many brown cows that are beef cows, such as Gelbvieh, Simmental, Red Angus, Hereford, Red Brahman, to name a few.
About half as many cows died as pigs.
People in Australia will eat things such as chickens, cows and pigs like Americans. They will also eat kangaroos and alligators.
There are about 100 million cows overall in the US.
Cows have two lungs, just as humans do.
Westconsin does not exist, therefore no cows are found in it.
As of 2010 there was approximately 4,182,000 cows in Germany.
None. There are no sheep in a herd of cows.