Like most domestic animals, Bos taurus, the domestic cow, is currently found throughout much of the world. The wild ancestors of cows were native to northern Africa, Europe, and southern Asia. Domestic cows are large, sturdy...
An udder is an organ formed of the mammary glands of female four-legged
mammals, particularly ruminants such as cattle, goats, sheep and deer.
Cattle don't have four udders. They have one udder. They do have four quarters
in their udder. ... Horses and goats have two teats while alpaca's have four teats
For horses and goats, one teat goes to two ... 4 black cows and 3 brown cows
give as much milk in 5 days as 3 black cows and 5 brown cows give in 4 days.
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?
Feb 8, 2001 ... A cow has one udder, divided into four quarters. Each quarter has one teat or
nipple. Sometimes rudimentary non-functional teats may be found ...
Aug 13, 2011 ... Many people believe that cows only have four teats; however, ... Occasionally,
dummy teats do produce a small amount of milk, but it is not ...
Cows do not necessarily have only four teats. In all mammalian species, the
mammary glands form on the ventral or underside of the animal. The number of ...
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 ...
All female mammals have teats and mammary glands, for they are ... Cows,
horses, goats and sheep have udders – totally different shape and position. ...
Pigs, dogs and cats and many others have multiple nipples in two rows down
their bellies. ... Wondering about elephant tits begs an interesting question; why
do human ...
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 ...