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Most people think that cows have four stomachs. That’s actually not true. They have just one stomach with four chambers – rumen, reticulum, omasum and abomasum. This allows them to digest tough plant matter that would normally be indigestible.
Cows can live more than 20 years (although dairy cows rarely live that long, and cows raised for meat are lucky to live to be 2 years old). If they have horns, you can guess their age by counting the number of rings.
Cows can hear lower and higher frequencies better than humans.
Cows actually do not bite grass; instead they curl their tongue around it.
Cows only have teeth on the bottom.
The average cow chews at least 50 times per minute
Cows spend 8 hours per day eating, 8 hours chewing her cud (regurgitated, partially digested food), and 8 hours sleeping