It takes about 350
“squirts” to make a gallon of milk.
You can tell how
old a cow is by counting the rings on its horns.
While many animals
only see in black and white, cows see in color (except red)
lifespan of a cow is about 25 years.
Cows can clean
their noses with their tongues.
Cows navigate by
looking at the ground. If one is stuck in a field that’s covered
with water, she has no idea where she is.
If a cow dies of
heatstroke, the gases inside it can expand quickly and cause the
carcass to explode.
Cows were first
domesticated about 5,000 years ago.
A typical cow
generates about 20,000 pounds of manure in a year.
If the gas of ten
cows could be captured it could heat a house for a year.
The methane gas
released by cows’ burping and farting is said to be one of the
leading causes of holes in the ozone layer. The world’s cows
produce about 100 million tons of it every year.