Top Bulls and cows in farm

Top Bulls and cows in farm


Top Bulls and cows in farm

Bull and cow are two terms that we often hear when discussing cattle. These members of the Bos genus are frequently differentiated by the simple observation that a bull is a male, and a cow is a female. While that is a good explanation, it is also a very simple one that fails to note the intricacies between these mammals. We’re going to take a closer look at the bull vs cow comparison and show you several ways in which these ruminants are different from one another.

The key differences between a bull and a cow are their sex, size, and morphology. Bulls are mature male bovines while cows are mature female bovines that have birthed at least one calf. Also, bulls are larger than cows because cattle are sexually dimorphic. Bulls have a lot more muscle mass and thicker bones, so they’re larger in terms of height and weight.

Bulls are known for having large, rounded shoulders with a hump along with a thick neck and a big head with a prominent brow ridge. Cows have udders, a wider midsection, and angular shoulders instead of rounded ones. These key differences help us differentiate these animals from each other.  

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