What is the purpose in Andy's gone with cattle?
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The purpose of beef cattle is to produce beef.
Andys Skordis was born in 1983.
They have more them one bodgard. Paul, Andy and Preston. Andys wife had a kid while they where in the us so he was gone for some weeks...
Dual purpose means that the breed or type of cattle can be used for milking or raising beef cattle.
If by trails you mean cattle drives, the purpose was to move large herds of cattle to the nearest railroad stop so the cattle could be shipped to other parts of the country, usually larger cities in the east.
Cattle have no purpose other than to keep their bellies full and satisfy their reproductive needs. This goes for Salers as well. Salers are beef cattle, raised for beef production.
The cast of Andys - 2014 includes: Benedict Clarke as Andrew
It is the process of breeding and raising cattle for the purpose of meat production.
easier to move cattle from one spot to another the cowboys can get more money from not losing cattle from: Gabriella XD
In andys car
"Andy's Gone With Cattle" is a poem by Australian author Henry Lawson. It laments the departure of a station hand wh has gone off droving cattle in Queensland. Droving cattle was the term for moving large herds of cattle overland. Without Andy's cheerful demeanour and optimism, the property (referred to as a "selection") just isn't the same. There are several references to the fact that the situation is looking pretty dire on the property, due… Read More
If Helios had notice that his cattle was gone then whoever killed his cattle would be killed by Helios. This was shown in the odessey when all of the odysseuss men dies because they ate the cattle.
Dairy reproduction is the breeding and milking process of dairy cattle for the purpose of milk production.
The purpose of the cowboys were to herd longhorn cattle across the plains to the east to be slottered and sold.
The only purpose is that the owner of a cattle farm can rely on someone else to supply capital for them when needed. But LLC's are not necessary for a cattle operation: there are plenty of producers that rely on themselves (being sole proprietors) to supply capital for their own operation.
Such an animal would be called a "Dual-Purpose" bovine. There are certain breeds of cattle that are dual-purpose, including Red Poll, Dexter, and Devon.
to raise cattle and to store crops in it
The purpose of crossbreeding any animal is to improve it's most desirable qualities. In beef cattle, that might be such things as average weight, tenderness of meat, health of the breed, and many others.
They are dairy breeds, cattle that are used for the purpose of milk production as opposed to beef production.
When the cattle industry failed in Abilene the town lost business and residents. Things dried up when the cattle industry was gone and the town could not sustain itself without it.
Cattle and cows are basically the same thing (technically cows is just female cattle, cattle is everything-males, females, calves). The difference between dairy and beef cattle is that Dairy are cattle that are bred for the purpose of milk production. Beef cattle are ones that are used for beef production.
To Heard Sheep And Cattle
to get 10times more money
The noun 'cattle' is a common, concrete, plural noun for bovines kept for the purpose of food or labor animals. The noun 'cattle' is sometimes used as an alternate plural for cows.
There are dairy cattle, beef cattle, cattle used in sporting events (bull riding, calf roping), dual-purpose cattle, and draft cattle. Then there are many different breeds of cows as well; such as: Charolais, Angus, Highland, Hereford, Limousin, Simmental, etc..
No. No cattle, beef, dairy, draught or dual-purpose have upper teeth.The only upper teeth they have is their back molars.
It was invented for the efficient control of cattle.
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The Simmental breed originated in Switzerland as a dual-purpose breed. Simmental/Fleckvieh cattle where and are used for milk, meat, and sometimes draft.
I am sorry, but, I do need to ask the question: Andy Who? There are a lot of Andys in the present and in the past, a lot of nonfiction Andys and a lot of fiction Andy. Could you please be more specific as to which Andy you are referring to?
Yes. The main types we are aware of include Beef and Dairy cattle. However there are other types as well: Sport, Draft and Dual-purpose.
So the cattle get enough macro and micro minerals such as salt, cobalt, iron, iodine, magnesium, selenium, copper, etc.
Not much as he is only Andys piggy bank
Keisha is Andy's girlfriend.
you only live once
The noun cattle is a common, plural noun for a group of bovines kept for the purpose of food or labor animals. Sometimes used as an alternate plural for cow (cows).
To pump water. The windmill turns pumps the water out into a trough for the cattle.
They created corgis to herd cattle. That's why it's in their genes to bite ankles
Dairy, beef, sport, draft, and dual- or tri-purpose stock.
Four types of cattle are: Dairy Beef Sporting Dual purpose
he worked at pizza in for a while and moved on to andys
Monty is Andys little brother (main character)
The First Fleet brought only seven cattle which had been procured in Cape Town en route. These were not for the immediate purpose of eating, but for work and breeding purposes.
If the cattle stayed in one spot too long they would overgraze on the grass and the grass would die so the ranchers would have to keep them moving.
The purpose of chocolate rings is to wear the ring on your finger and eat it until it is all gone. There really isn't a point or purpose of chocolate rings.
Cattle usually will lick themselves to scratch an itch or remove flies off of their bodies. Another term for lick could be the salt lick, this is a block of salt or minerals that the cattle will lick, it just gives them extra nutrients.
Not really. Cattle farming is more of a general term encompassing both beef and dairy. Dairy farming is telling us something more specific, such as the fact that cows are being raised for the purpose of getting milk from them to be sold to retailers that distribute them to human families. Though dairy farming does involve raising and breeding cattle and can be termed "cattle farming," the proper term for raising dairy animals for the… Read More