How many stomachs does a cow need?
Uh, stomachs have NO COWS!
Cows need to eat nearly all the time. There are "cud chewing" herbivores with a primary diet of grass. They have 4 stomachs and need to eat a lot of grass which passes between the stomachs to allow bacteria to break down the cellulose so that the cow can obtain the proteins and sugars it needs. When feeding hay or silage the cow needs a plentiful supply of these to keep its stomachs charged.
To anwer your question yes animals do have acid like humans we have stomach acids and so do animals they have stomachs too but questions like has a cow got acid and yes it does it may have 4 stomachs all the more acid for the cow i surpose so theres your answer yes animals do have acid. To anwer your question yes animals do have acid like humans we have stomach acids and so…
There is an animal called a cow that has four stomachs. Ruminants (as in cows, sheep and goats) have four stomachs. Monogastrics, as in pigs, horses and man, have one. No animal has two stomachs. Cows, deer and sheep, for example, have four stomachs and are called ruminants. Horses and rabbits have only one stomach but they have an active cecum in which fermentation occurs so that is why they can eat grass and hay