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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Cows vocalize for a number of reasons and usually if they are mooing it's because they are unhappy. A group of happy cows is usually silent other than the munching sound they make
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Cows need some form of communication. Their sense of language isn't adapted as ours is, and their tongue is not shaped the way a human's tongue is. The shape of their tongue and throat
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Probably one of two things. It is certainly possible that their calves have just been weaned and they were calling for them. It's the right time of year for it. Or they could have
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When a cow moos, it is communicating. While the languages that people use are probably much more
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