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Common estrous behaviors include reduced food intake, increased movement, flehmen, standing behind another cow and resting the chin on its back, and increased licking and sniffing. Aggression and mounting also increase during the cycle. Heat detection is an important practice, especially in dairy cattle, in which artificial insemination is common.

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Cattle in rangelands graze with younger animals in the centre of the herd, surrounded by the more aggressive members. Aging and weak cattle will often graze away from the herd, sometimes due to an inability to keep up; this exposes them to potential predator attack (Manning et al., 1998).

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— Global Animal Cows, while appearing unemotional, form friendships. Photo Credit: David Moir/Reuters The Guardian, Hannah Velten Who would think that beneath that calm exterior there is a boiling mass of emotions? I'm not talking about Wimbledon champions here, but cows. ... But we cow lovers have always known that cows have emotional depth ...

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Characteristics of cows include their large size, boxy body type and calm temperament. They have bulky, long bodies with relatively small heads. Cows can weigh more than 2,000 pounds, but height and weight can vary significantly between breeds. Physical traits, including color and ear placement, also vary between cow breeds.

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Beef Cattle Behavior and Handling Understand Behavior to Improve Handling By understanding cattle behavioral con-cepts and sensory characteristics, handlers can take advantage of natural cattle behav-iors for low-stress handling. This can im-prove the overall safety of cattle handling. Proper animal handling also can result in a

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Animal Behavior and Restraint Cattle Cattle Characteristics Prey animals Grazers Poor depth perception Panoramic vision – 310-360 – Blind side behind them Keen hearing Curious Just InTimeTraining2010 Animal BehaviorandRestraint:Cattle Normal Cattle Behavior Herd animals – Will follow the leader – Will eventually group

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How to Understand Bovine Behaviour. Cattle have a different way of communicating themselves and their intentions than other animals, such as humans, dogs, cats and horses. Most of the time the behaviour of the cow is misinterpreted or ...

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Behavior. A common misconception widely repeated in depictions of bull behavior is that the color red angers bulls, inciting them to charge. In fact, like most mammals, cattle are red-green color blind. In bullfighting, it is the movement of the matador's cape, and not the color, which provokes a reaction in the bull. Management

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Australian Cattle Dog Temperament, Personality, Behavior, Traits, and Characteristics, by Michele Welton Silver Dust Real Butter, Silver Dust AuCaDos The Australian Cattle Dog is also known as the Queensland Heeler – Queensland being a state in his native Australia, and Heeler referring his herding style of nipping at the heels of cattle in ...

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Domesticated cattle, along with other true cattle and oxen, are members of the Bos genus within the subfamily Bovinae in the family Bovidae. The two individual species of domestic cattle (Bos taurus and Bos indicus) share some characteristics with other Bovidae species; between the two, some characteristics are identical and others are unique.