A female bull is usually called a cow. Often, people think of bulls and cows only in terms of cattle. However, there are other animals whose males and females are termed bulls and cows, respectively.
A female pit bull is not ready to breed until she is at least 2 years old and has experienced at least one heat without getting pregnant. Ideally, a female pit bull would be 2 1/2 years old with three previous heats that...
A female kangaroo is called a "flyer," while a male kangaroo is called a "boomer," and a baby kangaroo a "joey," according to Ferris State University. There are more than 40 species of kangaroos, which are classified as ...
A cow is female whereas a bull is male. Depending on the species, either may have horns, but only cows will have udders.
Either a baby bull or a baby cow is called a calf. If the baby bull is castrated prior to puberty, he is called a steer.
A castrated bull is called a "steer" in the majority of cases. Outside of North America, an old steer is referred to as a "bullock." An "ox" is a castrated male raised for draft purposes.
A cow can produce as much as 120 pounds of wet manure in a single day, depending on the size and breed of the animal. Cow manure is a combination of bedding material, solid waste and wet waste.