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Jun 4, 2022

[Answer] What distinguishes a heifer from other cows?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "What distinguishes a heifer from other cows?"



...1. A heifer has never had a calf 2. A heifer is still young enough to reproduce 3. A heifer has given birth at least once 4. A heifer is too old to reproduce




Step 2 : Answer to the question "What distinguishes a heifer from other cows?"



A heifer has never had a calf - “Cow” is a term used to describe the female of a number of different species including elephants, moose, sea lions, and whales. When it comes to cattle, however, things get a little tricky. For one, "domestic cow," or simply "cow," is widely used to refer to the entire species, regardless of their sex. Cow, however, is also a way to distinguish between females of the species and the bulls. But there's yet another hitch. Cow technically only applies to female cattle after they've given birth to a calf for the first time. Young female cattle who have not yet borne a calf are called heifers.:


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