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How many cows are there in the Netherlands?

And there is some truth to each stereotype: there were an impressive 1.7 million cows in the Netherlands in 2017, or roughly one-tenth of the country's human population.

Accordingly, how many cows are in Ethiopia?

Ethiopia's estimated livestock population of about 78.4 million in l988 was believed to be Africa's largest. There were approximately 31 million cattle, 23.4 million sheep, l7. 5 million goats, 5.5 million horses and mules, l million camels, and 57 million poultry.

Additionally, is the cow population decreasing? Farmers had to reduce the size of their dairy herds, putting a halt to the rising livestock population. Due to a further decrease in 2018, the cattle population dropped to below 4 million for the first time since 2013.

In respect to this, how many dairy farms are there in Holland?

According to the latest figures from 2017, there are 17,500 dairy farmers in the Netherlands milking 1.63 million cows, producing around 14 billion litres of milk each year. Milk production last year averaged 8,706kg of milk per cow at 4.36pc butterfat and 3.57pc protein.

How much does a cow urine per day?

Urine - The average cow produces 3.5 gal. (13.2 liters) daily.

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