On any given day, there are more than 9 million cows on U.S. dairy farms—about 12 million fewer than there were in 1950. 8,9 Yet milk production has continued to increase, from 116 billion pounds of milk per year in 1950 to 215 billion pounds in 2017. 10,11 Normally, these animals would produce only enough milk to meet the needs of their ... If it were, I could see how A would be relevant because these cows' purpose is produce meat and milk so producing more would also result in a positive outcome but the conclusion concerns methane which is not in or implied by A at all.

<p>There were 20 cows and chicken. If the total number of their feet is 64, how many are the cows and how many are the chicken?</p> - 3823 Nov 28, 2019 · Low 20 ° High 36° Thu. 20° ... At least one of the big rigs was carrying cattle and cows were all over the roadway after the accident. ... There were other crashes in the area as well. Answer: 10. Listen closely: 30 cows, and twenty-eight chickens. Say EIGHT and ATE. They sound the same. Therefore, it means 20 ATE chickens. 30-20=10, so 10 cows didn't eat any chickens.