Why Do Cows Moo at Night?

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Cows vocalise for several reasons and usually if they are mooing, it is because they are unhappy. Cows that are uncomfortable will make low, nearly vibrating moo's which they make without having to open their mouths.
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Ok. They moo just as much in the day.
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The reason why COWS GO MOO is because they have trouble getting their tongue around saying the
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Cows do sort of sound like that. Different languages seem to have different ways to write down what cows and other animals sound like (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/w. iki/Cro. Most
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It is, yes, and to communicate to the farmer to hurry is rear up with that feed! Cows do "moo" to communicate with other cows, either as an alert to danger, in looking for
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