How Many Cows Per Acre?

Answer

There are different regulations about how many cows a person can have per acre. These rules are usually set by the agricultural governing body of a state or country. Normally it is around two to three cows per acre depending on the type and size of the cow.
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I believe it's usually 0.25 cows per acre or more for the arid areas to 0.5 or 1 cows per acre in the more lusher areas of Texas. Check with your local extension office for more information
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That's kind of like asking, "How long is a piece of string? There's so many variables that it's impossible to answer. Weight, age, dairy or beef cow and are they milking? Or
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Not Legal Advice: There should be 2.71 cows per acre by calculating animal units & crops grown.
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In Wisconsin, you can have one cow/calf per two acres of land but
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1 Additional Answer
The most cows per acre for grazing is about two to four, but it depends on the condition and types of grass and size of the cows. Some suggestions say you should have about 4 acres per cow.
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