Keeping cows healthy and fit is important to the dairy industry, but it is a complicated process.
It requires a lot of work, time and money, and for some cows, it’s a difficult process.
The first thing to understand is that cows don’t need to lose weight to be healthy.
That’s not true.
Some cows, like the beef cattle, can go through significant weight loss because of certain medical conditions.
For example, the calves of dairy cows who are sick or are having problems with their immune systems or digestive systems can experience some type of gastrointestinal or intestinal disease.
This is a good thing.
Dairy cows are a healthy species and should be able to eat their normal food, which is mostly grass-fed, free of hormones and antibiotics.
And although cows can’t drink milk, they can drink water, which makes the cows’ health and well-being a lot more important.
The second thing to consider is that there is a lot that goes into making a healthy cow.
There is a whole system of nutrition that cows receive from their diet and their milk, as well as a lot less that we often overlook.
So it’s important to understand how the cow is eating and how it is consuming it.
In a healthy diet, a cow’s milk contains all of the nutrients the cow needs, such as vitamins A, D and E. These nutrients are crucial to healthy growth, survival and overall well-term health.
In addition to these nutrients, the cow’s diet also includes protein, fats, vitamins and minerals.
The cow also receives calcium, potassium, phosphorus, iron and magnesium.
It also gets vitamin B12 from certain plants and certain minerals from certain foods.
The cow’s gut contains about 80 percent of the cows essential nutrients, but about 15 percent is missing, according to the American Dairy Science Association.
The remaining 10 percent of nutrients is found in the digestive tract.
The average cow gets all of these nutrients through the cow.
This is called the cow gut.
The human cow also gets a lot from the cow but does not get as much nutrients from it.
For example, it takes about 30 to 40 days for a cow to receive all of its daily requirements for all of those nutrients.
That means that the cow must take in all of them every day.
For most dairy cows, their daily intake of vitamins and other nutrients is around 1,000 milligrams (mg) of protein per kilogram of body weight.
For a dairy cow, that would mean that the average cow takes in around 4,000 mg of protein daily.
A cow’s digestive tract is about the size of a soccer ball.
It contains a wide range of bacteria and other microorganisms, which help the cow digest its food.
It’s the size and shape of the food that is important for its health.
The larger the cow, the more food is processed, the harder it is to digest and the more waste is generated.
A healthy cow also has a large, well-developed digestive tract and a strong immune system, which helps the cow to fight off infections.
In fact, cow’s intestines can carry viruses, parasites and other diseases that have a devastating impact on the cow and other animals.
The most important thing for a healthy dairy cow is that it eats its own waste, not from other animals or humans.
This means that a cow is only going to be able use about half of its food, and it has to be supplemented by other animals and humans.
The main source of waste for a dairy is manure.
This comes out of the barn and goes through the waste bin where it gets thrown away and is then put back into the barn where it’s collected.
The remainder of the waste is composted.
The manure also goes into the cow pen where it is mixed with water and other waste.
This can create a strong compost, which in turn is used to make fertilizer and other products.
There are also other waste products such as animal dung, straw and manure.
For a dairy, the average amount of manure in a cow pen is around 25,000 pounds (9,400 kilograms) a year.
The average cow will take in about 500 pounds (230 kilograms) of manure a year, or about 7 percent of her daily needs.
The biggest source of nutrients in the cow?
This is milk.
The milk produced by cows comes from the cows milk glands, which produce large amounts of lactose, which the cow can digest and absorb.
Milk is the most important nutrient for cows.
The best cow milk comes from cows that are well-fed.
But even good cows can lose their milk.
A good cow will produce more milk than a bad cow, and the cow will usually have to go through a cycle to regain its milk supply.
This cycle can take about six months.
In that time, the animal will have to spend the time in the pasture or on the water to get its milk