Female Cow?

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A female cow that has had at least one calf is called a cow. On the other hand a female cow that has had one calf but is under three years old is referred to as a heifer. Cows that are kept exclusively for milk production are called dairy cattle.
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A female Cow is called a cow or heifer.
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