Cows and sheep graze in the pasture.
cows sheep goats antelopes deers that's more than two... :D
Yes. the cows at my home do, they graze with the llamas at my house
birds, insects, graze animals...e.g cows sheep chickens o.m.g i am right.
The cows graze in the grassy field.
What cows normally do- walk around.
yes, they have been known to live and graze with sheep, horses, deer, elk and probably others that we know not of.
cows dont graze themselvs what are you all stupid
Sheep tend to graze grass to the earth, unlike cows. In the Old West, grazing management practices were not like they are today: sheep and cattle were allowed to eat wherever they pleased, and would often be let to graze a particular area until there was literally no grass left.
Around 80 days
graze as in cows graze in the pasture
None. There are no sheep in a herd of cows.
No, cows eat grass. This is sometimes a problem, because sheep also eat grass - but the sheep eat the grass all the way down to the ground, which can kill the grass. That means that next week, there won't BE any grass, so the cows who come into this pasture next week can starve. In fact, this was one of the points of contention between cattle farmers and sheep farmers in the "Old West"; cows could continue to graze in the same pasture week after week, but sheep would kill the pasture grass.
in early September to end of october on a Dewey morning in a field or meadow where sheep or cows graze and there is plenty of poo as it has fertiziled the land
Yes they are all happy together.
Sheep and cows don't have a symbiotic relationship.
Pastures, fields anywhere there is grass
Cows in Switzerland graze in pastures There are many lush valleys that make excellent graze for cattle. Switzerland is well suited to cattle production.
No cows are smarter than sheep because the cow can memorise a cows face for 16 years but sheep can only remember for 5
Sheep, goats, and horses. This provided cows are already familiar with these animals, and the number of horses are not equal to or more than the number of cows (or goats or sheep). Horses are extremely piggish and selfish when it comes to even grazing, and will harass any non-horse animal so that they get more feed for themselves. Having enough room to graze (and enough feed) would be enough to mitigate this problem.
No. Goats are actually browsing animals, they prefer to browse trees, shrubs and forbs than to graze like cows or sheep.
Yes they live very happily together.
No ... cows can't survive underwater, and the octopus can't graze on land ...
cows have four stomachs, as do sheep and goats