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Cattle Fun Facts

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A cow can hold up to 50 gallons of partially digested food in its body at any given time. That is the same amount that a standard bathtub holds.
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All breeds have distinguishing traits, but the Holstein breed is incredibly unique. No two are the same. Each cow/bull of that breed's spots Is like fingerprints.
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In the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, the government has formed a 'cow cabinet' solely to protect the lovable mammals. Hurting one could get you several years in jail.
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The first ever cow was brought to an English settlement in east Virginia called Jamestown.
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The cows, bison, and other cattle we have today came from one type of wild oxen called Aurochs. They are extinct now, but their DNA remains in cattle alive today.
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Cows are color blind, so it is a myth when people say bulls hate 'red' flags. It is nothing to do with color, more the flag's movement that makes them charge.
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Cows can chew for hours at a time, approximately 40-50 times a minute.
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Cows are very sociable animals who get anxious when separated from their family and friends in the herd. A cow isolates itself only when they are about to go into labor.
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Cows only have a bottom row of teeth. They use them to grind their food against the pallet on the roof of their mouth to make it easier to swallow.
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Cattle are the most significant cause of greenhouse gas emissions, alongside giraffes, elk, deer, and sheep. A herd can create more than 250 liters of gas per day.