Cattle By devin abraham

Cattle are arguably the most versatile animal ever.

Cattle average life span is 20 years and cattle can breed as early as 15 months old
Cattles can make milk and has beef and they weigh between 1000-4000 pounds which could feed a lot of people.
Cattle can pull plows, make milk, leather, fertilizer, and candles. Cattle also has a lot of beef. Cattle have a simple diet which is grass
You can get a lot of diseases from cattle such as rabies, salmonella, and E.coli. When cattle first came to America it killed people from diseases.
As of 2015 there are 98.4 million cattle in the USA, which is a 2% increase from 2014.

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