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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dairy_cattle

Dairy cattle are cattle cows bred for the ability to produce large quantities of milk, from which dairy products are made. Dairy cows generally are of the species ...

www.ciwf.com/farm-animals/cows/dairy-cows

Dairy farming has been part of agriculture for thousands of years. Today, modern dairy cows are bred specifically to produce large quantities of milk.

freefromharm.org/dairyfacts

Jul 30, 2014 ... Due to extensive biological manipulation, today's dairy cows produce up to 12 times more milk than they would naturally produce to feed a calf.

www.farmsanctuary.org/learn/factory-farming/dairy

More than 9.3 million cows were used to produce milk in the United States in 2008, and more than 2.5 million dairy cows were slaughtered for meat. Cows used ...

www.midwestdairy.com/farm-life/common-questions

Sep 25, 2015 ... Frequently asked questions about dairy cows and dairy farming practices to educate consumers on how milk and dairy products get from farm ...

www.wadairy.com/top-seven-dairy-cow-breeds

When you think of a dairy cow, the mental picture that pops up in your brain probably depicts a black and white bovine with a shiny coat and an eraser-pink nose ...

www.sciencedaily.com/terms/dairy_cattle.htm

Dairy cattle, generally of the species Bos taurus, are domesticated animals bred to produce large quantities of milk. Dairy cattle may be found in herds on farms ...

www.thecattlesite.com/breeds/dairy

Select the Dairy Cattle Breed you would like to know about from the list below. You can also select/change the breed you are viewing using the drop-down list in  ...

modernfarmer.com/2014/03/real-talk-milk

Mar 17, 2014 ... The modern dairy farm can have hundreds, even thousands of cows. Today's average dairy cow produces six to seven times as much milk as ...

www.wired.com/2014/06/the-emotional-lives-of-dairy-cows

Jun 30, 2014 ... Abrupt and early weaning, such as occurs on the typical dairy farm, appears to be distressing for both calf and cow, says Weary. “The calves ...