hoofed, even-toed, cud-chewing mammals such as cattle, bison, and deer.
Grazing animals with complex digestive systems that enable them to convert grass and other roughage into meat and milk.
animals that have a rumen in their digestive system; the bacteria in a rumen convert nitrate to nitrite.
Any variety of hoofed, even footed, and usually horned mammals that characteristically have their stomachs divided into four sections, including cows, sheep, giraffes, goats and deer.
includes cattle, sheep, goats, buffalo and non-domesticated species such as deer and antelope. Characterised by multicompartmented stomach and the presence of anaerobic microbes in an additional stomach called the rumen
mammals with four-chambered stomachs (rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abamasum) such as cattle, sheep, goats, deer and elk. Ruminants are able to efficiently digest fibrous plant material due to the presence of bacteria and protozoa in the rumen. Sustainable: practices that do not jeopardize future use of a resource Wetlands: areas that are covered with water during at least part of the year, have certain distinctive types of soils, plants, and drainage, and provide habitat for fish and wildlife, help filter pollutants, and control floods
the group of animals that have a stomach with three or four chambers that regurgitate and rechew their food. Cattle and sheep are ruminants, as are camels, deer and goats.
Hoofed mammal with an even number of toes (eg. sheep, cattle, deer, and camels) that chew the cud and have a complex 3- or 4-chambered stomach.
An animal that has a multi-chambered stomach.
The group of Quadrupeds which ruminate or chew the cud, such as Oxen, Sheep, and Deer. They have divided hoofs, and are destitute of front teeth in the upper jaw. 188
Hooved animals that chew their cud, such as cows, sheep, goats, bison, antelopes and camels.
Hooved livestock with multiple stomachs and which chew their cud.
Hoofed animals with four-chambered stomachs (i.e. cattle, sheep, goats). Ruminants have a complex digestive system with a complex biological system that is capable of generating much of their own protein needs.
Ruminants are animals with four chambered stomachs, consisting of the rumen, reticulum,omasum and abomasum. All the chambers are needed to process the large amount of low nutrient food eaten. This type of stomach also minimizes exposure to predators- letting them eat quickly without chewing. Then go back to concealment where they then properly digest the food.