Schleich - Holstein Bull New Toy Figurine

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Holstein Bull
A Holstein cow produces almost thirty-six quarts of milk per day.
Holstein bulls and cows are the most popular  breed of cattle in the world. They were first bred in The Netherlands  and then brought to America in 1857. Holsteins are immediately  recognizable by their black and white coloring -- the stereotypical farm  bull and cow. Today farmers raise Holsteins for their amazing  milk-producing ability: the average cow produces 3,250 gallons of milk a  year! They live three to four years, but some have been known to live  much longer. Cattle have four stomachs. They graze on a combination of  grasses and hay; once the food passes through their first stomach, it's  called cud. This cud gets pushed back into their mouth, and the cattle  chew on it all day until it is ready to go through the other three  stomachs. It almost looks like they're chewing gum!