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 quarters so the baby is draining ...
How many chickens, cows, pigs and fish does an average human consume in a
A cow has one udder, divided into four quarters. Each quarter has one teat or
nipple. Sometimes rudimentary non-functional teats may be found on one or
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 ...
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.
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Jul 3, 2006 ... I think cows have four.. but there's a little boy out there who has been jerking one-
nippled cow. ... How many nipples does a cow HAVE.
How much does the largest pig weigh? Full Answer. A survey confirms that only 5
percent of gilts have 16 teats and 25 percent ... What is a male cow called? Q: ...
A female dog has eight to 12 teats with 10 being the average for larger breeds. ...
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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 ...