what is difference between white cow and black cow
A cow with its tail to the west makes the weather best; A cow with it's tail to the east makes the weather least.
To get a black and white cow in havest moon you must buy one cow, sell it and get another one or just keep the first cow and buy another one. Your second cow should be black and white.
A white cow. Charolais, Chianina and Marchigiana are some breeds that come in all white.
depends on if its a black cow, A white cow, a brown cow, or a tan cow. for goodness sake, ask a cow.
No. Its 'Moo' that is the sound a cow makes
A white cow, unless you have a specific breed you want to call it by, such as Charolais or Chianina.
White cattle are often the easiest to see from an airplane than black-and-white ones.
A cow doesn't get milk from anywhere. She makes it, in her udder.
Thoms Jefferson was the last preasident to have a cow in the white house!!
Because cow is white
It is a thing, which makes the word "cow" a noun.
The same sound that any cow from any other country makes: the onomatopoeic "Moo."
For most cases, it would be a white cow. But, a spotted cow would be easier to spot if the airplane where flying over an area that is covered in snow, not a green snowless pasture.
There are probably other breeds that are black and white, but the most common black and white breed is the Holstein, a kind of dairy cow.
A Holstein-Friesian cow.
Holsteins are black and white.
None. No stomach of the cow makes food into milk. Check out the related question below to see how milk is really made inside a cow.
It depends on the background color. If the ground is covered in snow, then a white cow would NOT be seen. I the season is summer, a cow that is camouflaged would be the hardest to see.