How much milk dose a fresian cow produce a day?
usually about anywhere from 50 to 60 pounds twice a day but if u have a good cow she will give 70 to 80
A goat doesn't produce cheese. It produces milk, in which cheese is made. The process of milking a goat is similar to that of cows, but on a much smaller scale. The cheeses made with goats milk are much easier to achieve than that made from cows milk. A sheep doesn't produce cheese but there are certain breeds of sheep that you can milk and from this milk cheese can be produced.
That would depend upon how the question is meant. If it refers to how much milk her mammary glands can produce, then that depends on a variety of factors. Typically, assuming the woman is properly fed and healthy, she will produce enough milk to meet the demand. It is then the baby that is determing it, or the fact that she may be suckling more than one baby. On the other hand, the question may…
How much of what does a Hereford cow produce? Milk? If that's what you're asking about, then she typically produces less than a third of what a Holstein produces on average. In other words, if a Holstein produces an average of 30 lbs of milk per milking, then the Hereford cow would only produce around 10 lbs of milk per milking.