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 »

An average dairy cow produces between 6 and 7 gallons of milk each day, or approximately 2,500 gallons of milk per year. Dairy farms in the United States produce between 21 and 23 billion gallons of milk each year. More »

Jersey cows produce up to 6 gallons of high-butterfat milk each day. Even though they are small cows, they produce more milk per pound of body weight than any other breed of cow. They accomplish this while eating less fe... 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 »

An average dairy cow produces between 6 and 7 gallons of milk each day, or approximately 2,500 gallons of milk per year. Dairy farms in the United States produce between 21 and 23 billion gallons of milk each year. More »

A cow consumes between 5 to 7 gallons of water per day when the temperature is 50 degrees F and up to 24 gallons when the temperature is 95 degrees F. The amount of water a cow requires increases by one quart for every d... More »

The amount of manure produced daily by a dairy cow differs depending on whether or not the cow is giving milk, the bedding used in the barn and breed and adult weight. The average cow produces 120.5 lbs. of mixed feces a... More »