An average full-grown cow weighs between 1,000 and 1,800 pounds. A cow's weight varies by breed, age and individual factors. Holstein dairy cows tend to be quite large and usually weigh around 1,500 pounds, while Jersey ... More »

Considering all breeds, the average adult cow weighs about 1,390 pounds. There is less than a 100-pound difference between the heaviest and lightest animals. More »

When given high-quality feed, cows generally consume from 2.2 to 2.5 percent of their body weight per day or around 11 to 12.5 pounds of food per day for a 500-pound cow. Feed quality, percentage of body fat, frame size ... More »

Considering all breeds, the average adult cow weighs about 1,390 pounds. There is less than a 100-pound difference between the heaviest and lightest animals. More »

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. More »

The average Holstein cow produces about 9 gallons or 75 pounds of milk per day. During each lactation period, which lasts about 305 days, one cow gives 2,674 gallons or 23,000 pounds of milk. During 2010, a single Wiscon... More »

A 1,200-pound cow needs approximately 24 pounds of hay per day during the winter. When temperatures drop below 32 degrees Fahrenheit, a cow burns more fuel in order to obtain the calories necessary to maintain body heat.... More »

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