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How many footballs can be made from the hide of one full grown cow?

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2012-08-12 22:21:37
2012-08-12 22:21:37

From a full-grown cow you can make 6 footballs.

Answer 2According to bluemoo.net it takes around 3,000 cows to supply the 22,000 footballs the NFL uses every season. That would make a little over 7 footballs per cow.
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