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Cattle - Wikipedia

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Cattle—colloquially cows—are the most common type of large domesticated ungulates. They are a prominent modern member of the subfamily Bovinae, are the ...

Cow on the loose in Queens, New York - CBS News

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9 hours ago ... A cow was spotted Tuesday in Jamaica, a neighborhood in the New York City borough Queens.

Cow | Definition of Cow by Merriam-Webster

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Define cow: the mature female of cattle (genus Bos) — cow in a sentence.

Kid's Corner - Facts About Cows - USDA-AIPL

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The first cow in America arrived in Jamestown colony in 1611. Until the 1850's, nearly every family had its own cow. The first regular shipment of milk by railroad  ...

cow - Wiktionary

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From Middle English cou, cu, from Old English cū (“cow”), from Proto-Germanic * kūz (“cow”), from Proto-Indo-European *gʷṓws (“cow”). Cognate with Sanskrit  ...

Cows Used for Food | Factory Farming: Misery for Animals | Animals ...

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In the U.S., more than 29 million cows suffer and die in the meat and dairy industries every year. When still very young, many cows are branded (burned with hot ...

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Cow - definition of cow by The Free Dictionary

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The mature female of cattle of the genus Bos. 2. The mature female of certain other large animals, such as elephants, moose, or whales. 3. A domesticated ...

Cow & Clover Wood-fired Kitchen

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Cow & Clover cuisine is fresh, inventive and ever-changing. We believe that dining is an experience that must be equally uplifting and lively as it is delicious.

Cow Emoji

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Cow. A cow with a black and white patched coat, likely a Holstein Freisan breed. Cow was approved as part of Unicode 6.0 in 2010 and added to Emoji 1.0 in ...