What do cows eat besides hay?
Grass, grain and silage.
Cows do not eat pork. Cows do not eat any meat. They eat grass and hay.
No. Cows eat grass, hay, grains or special feeds.
No. Cows are herbivores, meaning that they are strictly plant-eating animals, not omnivores nor carnivores. Cows eat grass, hay and silage and should eat just grass, hay and silage.
No, cows tend to eat grass, hay or special cow food
Cows mainly eat grass and hay.
Because they like it.
Grass and hay.
They eat grass, hay, carrots and apples
cows eat grain, grass and hay
Yes. Hay is THE main staple of any cow's diet when not on pasture.
Cows do not eat (nor drink) milk. They drink water and eat forages like grass, hay, silage and grains.
No they eat hay, cows chew cud.
Grass, hay and sometimes grain.
Roughages including hay and grass.
Cows are grown up; they are mature female bovines. They eat grass, hay, silage, and other forages, basically.
If they were given a choice, they'd choose grass over hay any day. But during the winter months when there is no grass to eat, hay is their primary choice.
That's easy cows basically eat,sleep and wander around fields.If your wandering what they eat they eat hay,barley,corn,grass,wheat,ect
Because they'd have nothing else to eat. Cows have to eat all the time, no matter what season they're in. Hay is better for their digestive systems than grain is, since hay is simply dried legumes and grass that has been cut and harvested by man. Hay is only fed when cows cannot graze on pasture, especially in the winter and early spring when the grass is too short to be eaten.
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.
No. Cows are herbivores, which means they eat plants. (beef is the meat that comes from cows.) In nature, cows eat grasses and other plants. On ranches, farms and feedlots, cows eat grass when in pastures, plus hay, silage, other feed products and corn when corralled or on feed lots.
A bull eats anything that cows eat, including grass, hay, silage, and grain.
Hay, grass... stuff like that their farmer gives them.
They can, but it's not nearly as nutritious as grass or hay.
This could be for a number of reasons: they are eating too much grain before eating hay, they are sick, or the hay could be molding or tasting bad.
There could be a number of reasons: dusty hay, the cattle are not used to eating this type of hay, hay tastes bland or too bitter, etc. To make them eat it you could try pouring molasses over the hay, as the taste of the molasses will encourage cattle to eat the hay.
No, cattle are herbivores and because of that they can only eat plant matter like grass and hay.
Same stuff that other cattle eat: grass, hay, silage, grain, etc.
They can, but mostly prefer grass or good hay over straw.
There are not really "three things" that cows eat, it's more or less the three types of things cows eat. Cows can only eat one thing: plant matter. The three main types of plant matter they eat are fresh green grass, roughage in the form of hay or silage, and grain.
Raw potatoes yes. This used to be a fodder for cows back in the old days when people could not afford to buy hay. It is a favorite of some cows.
Same things that other cows from other countries and parts of the world eat: grass, hay, silage and grain. See related question below for more.
They usually eat hay in the spring, summer and fall, but in the winter they eat range cubes.
It could be anything, depending on what you're talking about: Hay ring/hay feeder Bunk feeder/feed bunk/feed trough
It is a myth that pigs do not eat hay or, as a well-known jingle claims, they they do not know how to eat hay. Pigs eat hay fairly regularly and digest it thoroughly. Pigs raised on farms are not "mostly fed grain and protein supplements" for two primary reasons: 1) pigs will pasture forage like horses and cows; and, 2) grain and protein supplements are expensive. Pigs do not digest hay like cows and… Read More
Cows of any size need grass or hay to eat, not vegetables. Vegetables can be fed as a treat, but only if they'll eat it or if they know it's something worth eating. Otherwise, it's best to feed them hay or let them graze in a temporary or permanent pasture.
Apples, Various Veggies, Horse Feed, and Carrots. :)
NO sorry about that but you can mod your game using giants editor so your cows will eat bales not grass.
cows also eay hay but not as much as horses. other animals also eat hay, but the cant be beaten in a hay eating. hay is made of grass what is dryed of, hay can get mouldy so look for black bits when feeding.
A farm of cows who eat grass and hay. I also see buckets of milk and farmers milking the cows. some farms may hand milk cows and others may machine milk cows.
Buffalo eat almost every native grass in the United States. They will also eat hay, grain and a variety of weeds that cows will not eat.
Actually, if there is nothing more interesting to eat, cows and horses will certainly EAT straw. Straw is often used as bedding in horse stall, and many horses eat it. However, straw has about as much nutrition as foam packing peanuts and horses and cows cannot live on such a deficient diet. It's a bit like asking if children eat dirt. Of course they do, but they couldn't live on it. Hay is the proper… Read More
Four general types: Hay, grass, grain and silage.
There is nothing special about the way cows chew. The only thing that may seem special is that, when they eat, they first eat the grass or hay whole then, when full and resting, regurgitate it to chew it as cud.
Increase in protein content in the hay. The hay may lack a certain amount of protein, so measures have to be taken to increase protein in the hay (and thus in the cows' diet) to meet the cows' nutritional demands.
Grass hay, legume hay, or grass-legume mix hay. They can also be fed straw, so long it is a little greener than "regular" straw and contains a bit more nutrient in it than "normal" straw.
Green grass, leaves and bark on trees, hay and grain.
Besides humans, wolves, coyotes, cougars and bears eat cows. In Africa, Lions, Tigers, Hyenas, Leopard, Cheeta, and Jackal eat them. In South America, you will find Foxes, Jaguars and wolves feeding on cows.
cows and goats and horses that all because if you realized hay is made out of buffalo grass
Yes, as long as they're still being fed. Cows on corn, corn silage and hay can still produce milk.
Not exactly. The plant has to be cut and harvested (along with many other plants of its kind) as hay before it is eaten by cattle as hay. If the plant itself is eaten by a cow and not cut and gathered, it is merely considered fodder or pasture forage, not hay.