What do people feed as food to cows?
In the most primal sense, cows get their food from the plants which naturally emerge and grow from the soil, because these animals are both herbivores and primary consumers. In the more modern agricultural sense, cows get their food from humans who harvest various "special" plants for them and feed these plants in their stored varieties called hay, grain or silage out of containers such as bale feeders, feed troughs/feed bunks, or mangers.
Goats will normally eat anything, but their main food is mostly what you would feed cows.
The difference between feeding cows, pigs and goats is the type of food they eat. Pigs will eat almost anything in addition to their feed. Cows and goats will graze and also eat feed.
you feed male cows (bulls) the same thing that you feed female cows so mostly grass.
The United Kingdom gets their food from places all around the world. The UK might get their maize from the US and their beans from Argentina. They also grow and raise their own food such as cows and herbs. they may raise cows and feed cows certain grass before they cut it and then cook it.
people get their food from cows and water from the lakes
it depends if you feed it to them straight out of your hand, or if you mix it in with their water or food. if you try to feed it to them right out of your hand, then most likely they will not take it, but if you mix it with their food or water, then they will eat it.
Green plants are primary producers, many (primary consumers) feed off of them, this passes food energy up the food chain. Grass grows, cows eat grass, cows produce milk and humans eat cows
A silo is where you store your fodder. Fodder is the food that you feed your cows and sheep with.
For minecraft Xbox version you feed cows weet.
The reason cattle produce milk in the first place is to feed calves, not to feed people. Frisian cows in the wild--if such they be--"get rid of" their milk by letting calves suckle it.
Grass is the most inexpensive feed you can feed your cows. It grows in your backyard and in your pastures, and only requires the cows to harvest it themselves. Hay comes as the second least expensive feed to feed cattle.
Does the the cow produce milk even if you do not milk her but still feed her with food intend to produce milk?
it depends on the cows health before she ate the food
Farmers and ranchers often feed the cows. However cows are able to feed themselves when they're out grazing on pasture.
yes it did kill cows because the Dust Bowl limited people to food, so they killed them for food
The farming of Dairy Cows to harvest their milk for consumption. === === Crop Farming Growing food to feed America
Cows do not eat corn in their natuaral diet. They eat grass. Cows are being fed corn because it is cheap and plentiful. Because corn is not a natural food for cows, they need help digesting it and are fed antibiotics to keep their digestion healthy.
You cannot feed a cat people food. It might get your cat sick and then it may die. Only feed a cat cat food. ONLY CAT FOOD!
Because cows tend to swallow their food whole and a carrot needs to be chewed first in order to be swallowed and digested. A cow would choke if she were to eat a carrot whole.
Yes, but DO NOT FEED THEM CHOCOLATE. But try to feed them dog food most of the time
In a grass field if 40 cow could eat for 40 daysThe same grass field can feed 30 cows for 60 dayshow long will it feed 20 cows?
It will feed 20 cows in 80 days.
People in Thailand eat monkey brains. There can be a food made out of cows brains, but I don't think anybody has ever attempted it. *"People in Thailand eat monkey brains" is not a proper answer
Dairy cows, even though they are not lactating, still have higher nutritional demands than dry beef cows, so baleage (a form of silage) is a recommended feed to feed to them.
by people feed it
you feed them RAW MEAT from cows
If a farmer has 30 cows and has enough money to feed them for 28 days how many cows does he have to get rid of to feed them for 35 days?
Assuming each cow consumes the same amount per day. The farmer has enough for: 30 cows*28 days = 840 cow days or 840 cows for 1 day Therefore he can feed 840 cow*days/35days = 24 cows for 35 days. 30 cows - 24 cows = 6 cows The farmer must get rid of 6 cows.
A food surplus lead to specializations in most civilizations because it would feed all people. This would feed not only the people that produced the food, but the other people that were in the civilization
Why does red meat increase your carbon footprint so much while being a vegetarian has little influence on your cabon footprint?
It takes tremendously more vegetable food to feed the animals that people then eat, then it would take to feed people vegetables rather than meat. It is also true that the digestive process of ungulates such as cows tends to release a lot of methane into the atmosphere.
the appalachian people feed on greens patoes and beans with cornbread and biscits
Mad Cow Disease was caused by feedlots feeding cows by-product and meat from other cows that contained bacteria. In 1997 the FDA made it illegal to feed cows cow meat but it is still legal to feed cows 'Tallow' which is the harder fat found in sheep and cows.
Yes, but it's not acceptable for dairy cows,
They can eat wheat but it depends on the farmer if they want to feed cows wheat.
Yes, you can feed a cow celery. Cows LOVE celery. In fact, at the Little Farm in Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley, California, visitors are allowed to feed the cows only two items... lettuce, and celery.Yes, you can feed a cow celery. Cows LOVE celery. In fact, at the Little Farm in Tilden Regional Park in Berkeley, California, visitors are allowed to feed the cows only two items... lettuce, and celery.
They had sheep and cows to provide wool and milk/food.
Beef and milk, primarily.
The demand for food to feed the world's population is going to increase. As more people are brought into the world, and people are living longer, the need for food increases. Yet, there is less land to grow food.
The cows are needed for meat and after the war all the cows were gone because all the people from the war needed some food and supplies and somewhere to live so that's why why the people from the war killed all the cow for food and supplies.
Several animals eat jaggery. It can be given raw as a treat or used to sweeten feed. A couple animals that eat it are cows and horses.
It depends how much food you collect.
airline food...is prepackaged plastic food that they feed to people...ITS GROSS
No do not feed your bird cows milk as it cannot digest it..it is also bad for cats and dogs etc to drink cows milk as it is non digestable..the best thing is baby food
To feed their baby.
Because cows cost a lot of money to feed and care for.
Weevils can cause some damage to horses or cows. If you can't get them out of the feed, you should attempt to take the bag back.
People need to transport food so that other people can have food. Some areas grow enough food to feed other people in other areas.
it would take about 1,999 ounces to feed 148 people
Cows contract BSE from eating contaminated feed laced with the prions from cows that have died of BSE or had BSE and entered the animal food chain. These dead cows or sheep or goats get ground up and mixed with feed to be fed to other ruminants. Chicken feces that are fed to cows (yes, cows do eat chicken feces) can also have the prions because the chickens were fed animal by-products. Cows can also… Read More
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.