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Is a female bullock called a cheese?


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2011-02-06 19:11:58
2011-02-06 19:11:58

No, "female bullocks" are called heifers. Bullocks are referred to steers or young bulls.

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There is no such thing as a female bullock. A bullock is another name for a steer, and even so there is no such thing as a female steer. However, a female unsexed bovine is called a spayed heifer.

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