An udder is an organ formed of the mammary glands of female four legged
mammals, particularly ruminants such as cattle, goats, sheep and deer.
Why does the cow have 4 udders while it can only give birth to 1 calf per year? ...
Horses and goats have two teats while alpaca's have four teats For horses and ...
How many chickens, cows, pigs and fish does an average human consume in a ...
Jun 29, 2013 ... Literature sources state as many as 50% of domestic cattle have more than ... DO
EXTRA TEATS MEAN THE ANIMAL HAS A POOR UDDER?
I understand why say cats would need a good few to feed the whole litter, and
animals with 2 nipples presumably have them due to the inherent ...
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Jul 3, 2006 ... How many nipples a cow has? Six? One? I think cows have four.. but there's a
little boy out there who has been jerking one-nippled cow.
A survey confirms that only 5 percent of gilts have 16 teats and 25 percent have
14 ... How much does the largest pig weigh? ... What is a group of cattle called?
Why do bovines have four teats on their mammary glands? ... Many mammals
have multiple simple glands that lead to separate openings in the ...
Jun 8, 2012 ... why is it that people say its a deformity when cows have an extra ... if the cow is a
good cow what does it matter what her teats look like? :? ... Usually, only four
teats function, many heifers have extra teats which never develop.
Cattle producers do not have the time or labor to manage around cows that need
... carried above the hock for many years and teats suspended perpendicular to ...
Cows have 4 teats that function, one for each quarter. However, some cows can
have 6 or even 8 but the extras are not functional.