Type A cows produce milk that has protein A. Type B cows on the other hand produce milk that is rich in beta-casein protein.
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
Cows, Goats, and other mamals whom produce milk from stomach area.
No cows are not green unless you us green dye on them
Springer cows are cows that are just starting to produce milk. Regular cows can be any cow, be they pregnant, lactating, or open (not pregnant).
it depends on the cows health before she ate the food
Cows produce more milk in new zealand.
Cows don't lay eggs, or milk duds. Cows have calves and produce milk. Bulls produce semen to fertilize the cows.
they live in wide areas plenty of room and they eat the best food and all they want of it
All cows (mature female bovines) produce milk.
holsteins.they are black and white cows
All cows (those female bovines that have had at least 1 calf) produce milk, whether it's for human consumption or not. However, "dry cows" are cows that do not produce milk, whether they are bred or open and don't have a calf at side.
Cows produce milk through cells and glands located in their udder that secrete the fluid called milk.
Cows and goats need to be fed on grass and oilseed cakes because grass and oilseed cakes are milk producing food so these help them to produce milk
Unfortunately, no. Not real cows. Fictional cows, sure.
Money producing , like cows produce milk
The dairy cows that produce milk with the most butterfat content are Jerseys.