How Much Does a Cow Weigh?

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The average weight of a cow depends on the breed of the cow. Smaller breeds weigh from 600 to 1000 pounds. Large breeds of cows weigh from 1400 up to 2500 pounds. The Britich Breeds cows weigh from 1000 to 2000.
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Depending on the breed and sex of the cow, they can weigh anywhere from 900 pounds for a smaller-breed female to 2,300 for a full-grown bull. You can find more information here: http://www.bovinebazaar.com/whythisbreed.htm
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