Why do cows eat barley?
Cows will eat barley because they love the taste of it, and they can.
Lots of farm animals eat barley, like goats, cows, horses, etc.
no they cant. they mostly eat wheat,barley,meadow grass,and oats.
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
Corn, barley, oats, rye, soybeans, beans, lentils, peas, etc.
Yes, cows will eat corn and other grains. They naturally eat only grass, although will also eat growing cereals if they can gain access to a field of a standing crop. They do eat (and enjoy) ground wheat or barley with ground beans/soya beans.
Technically, cattle and humans both eat corn kernels, and barley and wheat seeds. Beyond that what humans and cattle eat is much different from the other.
gulls eats fish but magpies eat maggots of sheep or cows and crops like corn wheat barley
Usually either grass or grains such as wheat, corn, rice, barley, soybean, and cane sugar. A steer can also be fed silage and hay, much like cows are fed.
Cows do not eat pork. Cows do not eat any meat. They eat grass and hay.
again do you have to cook the halled barley or and you just eat it raw
No, cows only eat vegetation. Cows are herbivores.
cows will eat any grain, but most cows eat corn
No, cows do not eat humans.
cows can eat nuts.
cows eat grass
It depends on what's available for your area. Most common grains used for cows and cattle are oats, barley, or corn.
Grain, like corn and barley.
yes cows can eat candy
If Not They Would Never Eat Cows.
The ones that don't eat cows.
No, the cows are too big to eat.
Yes, barley grass is okay for horses to eat. The barley grass is given to horses because it is full of moisture and anti-oxidants.
Cows don't eat animals, they eat grass they are herbivores.
COWS COWS COWS they eat cows.
Yes, it can be a feedstuff that can be fed to cattle. However, most grains that are fed to cattle are corn, barley, sorghum, and field peas. Wheat is mostly used for bread-making, not as a grain to feed livestock.
French cows eat grass.
Feral cats will eat dead cows.
The Muslim and Christian Indians eat cows.
Dogs eat beef, which comes from cows.
Nobody. Cows don't eat donkeys. Cows are herbivores, meaning they only eat plants, not other animals.
They can eat wheat but it depends on the farmer if they want to feed cows wheat.
cows eat monkeys and monkeys eat cows who eat gorillas who eat penguins who eat ducks
personally I think that wolves do but they won't murder the cows they only eat the pre murdered cows.
The steller sea cows eat plants
Nothing. Cows don't eat other animals.
No they don't. when did you ever think that cows eat birdseed?
No Cows are herbivores, they eat grass not people.
None. Cows don't eat money.
No. Walruses eat plankton and small fish, NOT cows.
Cows do not eat cheese, thus this question has no merit.
Cows eat grass in the grass land because cows only eat grass.That is the only food they in their daily life so cows eat in the grassland
Depending on the moisture content and type of silage (corn, barley, wheat, triticale, alfalfa/brome/timothy, etc.), typically a dairy cow will eat around 40 to 60 lbs of silage per day, if not more. Lactating cows tend to eat more than dry cows do, eating 5% of their body weight in dry matter, whereas a dry cow will eat around 2.5% of her body weight in dry matter per day.
Yes. Legumes such as alfalfa, trefoil, sainfoin, clover or other forbs will also make up a part of their diet. But most of what they eat is comprised of grass, including corn, barley, wheat, oats, and all other grasses used for pasture or hay.
Cannibalistic. But in reality, cows don't eat other cows (they're strictly herbivores) so this question doesn't apply to them.
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.
Cows don't eat animals. They are herbivores, which means they eat strictly plants, not animals.
They eat grass, just like other breeds of cows do.
No. Cows eat grass, hay, grains or special feeds.
humans....we eat cows and cows eat grass...
cows eat grass