They eat hay, vegetables, fruits like Pears and apples. Some milk farmers feed their cows left over candy from nearby candy factories. Candies like gummy worms and mint jawbreakers. Most dairy farmers feed their cows a mixture of essential proteins and other various nutrients to maximize milk production.
Grass, grain and silage.
cows eat grass
humans....we eat cows and cows eat grass...
Yes. A lot of the legume plants that they eat have flowers--clover, alfalfa, sanfoin, etc--thus it isn't all that uncommon for a cow to eat a bunch of flowers in addition to the grass they graze.
Cows eat grass in the grass land because cows only eat grass.That is the only food they in their daily life so cows eat in the grassland
cows eat grass
No. Cows EAT grass. They do not "have" grass.
Cows do not eat pork. Cows do not eat any meat. They eat grass and hay.
French cows eat grass.
Cows will eat long grass. Haven't you ever heard, "The cow's in the corn?" Corn is a tall grass.
Cows don't eat animals, they eat grass they are herbivores.
No, they eat grass.
NoCows are herbivores, they eat grass not people.
Yes, cows eat grass and leaves; but do not eat meat and fish.
no they eat grass
They eat grass, just like other breeds of cows do.
No. Cows eat grass, hay, grains or special feeds.
Grass is what they eat most of the time
Naturally. It's questioning common sense to question whether grass is "okay" for cows to eat!!
Yes. Moo cows are just a toddler's term for cattle, and obviously yes, cattle do eat grass.
No, cows tend to eat grass, hay or special cow food
Ferrets do not eat grass. Ferrets are carnivores meaning they eat meat and nothing else. Cows eat grass