Typically the maintenance percentage for all beef cattle is 2.5% of their body weight in dry matter ration per day. However, there are variations to this rule, depending on size, age, gender, reproductive and physiological demands. Lactating beef cows will eat 50% more than dry cows. In terms of quantity, beef cattle will eat more of a forage if it is higher in moisture. Big cows eat more than small cows. Young cattle eat less than mature cattle. Thin cattle eat more than fat cattle.
Please specify "they"
Beef is muscle on cattle. Muscle grows on cattle as they get older and eat more.
yes,but it would be harmful to the cattle.
yes they do.
Most beef cattle don't eat wood, especially if all of their nutritional requirements are met. Cattle that chew on wood are deficient in phosphorus, and should be supplemented accordingly.
Eat grass and get slaughtered for beef.
Both (they drink milk there as well as eat beef) but there are more beef cattle.
I have inquired the bufallo about this subject and it said to me that the cattle beef is healthier.
You might if you are a meat-eater. Many people do consume beef.
Angus cattle function the same way that all other cattle do: they are herbivorous animals that are used to eat grass in pastures or rangelands and put on weight to produce beef. Angus cattle are beef cattle, which means they are raised and killed for their meat.
One primary difference between swine and beef cattle and sheep is that pigs do not have sweat glands. Pigs need to roll in the mud to keep cool on hot days. A pig will eat just about anything, whereas beef cattle and sheep do not eat meat.
YES YOU CAN! it's called beef and it doesn't taste like chicken.
Please clarify. Dairy and beef are fed 2 COMPLETELY different diets.
For all cattle, beef or dairy, the average daily intake is 2.5% of the body weight. Lactating cows tend to eat 50% more than if they were dry. So a lactating cow would eat from 3.5% to 4% of their body weight per day.
Please be more specific. Are you asking about cattle in a plural form or from "a cattle?" If the former, how many are you talking about here? What size are they? What breed? What class or type: cow, steer, bull, heifer, etc.?? And are you asking about ready-to-eat beef that you get from a bovine or carcass weights? So again, please be more specific in this question so that it can be properly answered.
they eat at lot of beef so at least they are fat
Just the 1 day they killed the cattle
Wild game, beef, stew, and plenty of black, strong coffee.
As long as people eat beef and drink milk, it is likely to be around.
as much as they can eat
Yes. But not raw, the beef has to be cooked. Not to much beef at one time either.
Cows, like all animals, do not eat water, they drink it. And cattle typically consume around 10% of their body weight in water per day.
cattle of course Germans eat beef more than anything
Yes, there is a market for Bison meat in the USA. However, it is not as common as Domestic cattle meat (beef).
It depends on the breed, condition, sex, size/weight, time of year and management practices this cattle-beast is and is subject to, respectively. But basically, a cattle-beast will eat 2 to 4% of its body weight in dry matter.