10 Lines on Cow: The cow is one of the most popular domestic animals in the world as it is beneficial to humans. Cows are the most virtuous creatures on Earth, and they do not harm anyone. They are four-legged animals, and people rear them for obtaining a variety of useful products and by-products from them. Cows have a normal to large body structures, two horns, a large stomach, two eyes, two earns and a hoot shaped nose glided down by a mouth. Cows are herbivorous animals and usually eat grass and fodder only. The younger one of a cow is called a calf. They live in farms and sheds. A male cow is called a bull. Cows spend their day grazing at grasslands, and there are many brands of cows around the world.
Below we have provided ten lines on cow, written in easy and simple words for class 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 students.
Set 1 – 10 Lines on Cow
Below we have provided a few lines about cow, suitable for classes 1 to 5.
- The holy and sacred cow is one of the most revered animals and is found in all parts of the world.
- It is considered a holy animal and worshipped in the form of a goddess.
- Cows give us milk to drink, which is regarded as a balanced meal and highly nutritious with the calcium content.
- Colour of cow’s skin consists of different colours like white, black, brown etc.
- Cows are fond of grass, but farm animals are fed with hay, fodder and specially prepared cereal cakes.
- Dried cow dung is used as manure in villages and also for a variety of agricultural purposes.
- Milk from the cow is very beneficial to young children, women and aged people as it provides adequate calcium increases concentration levels and provides better memory capacity.
- Cow urine is beneficial in treating many deadly diseases, including cancer.
- Cows are simple animals with a large body portion of four udders held together in the abdominal zone.
- Cows are gentle and innocent creatures, generally calm and peaceful by nature.
Set 2 – 10 Lines on Cow
Below we have provided 10 lines on cow, suitable for classes 6 to 8.
- Cows are one of the most commonly reared and domesticated farm animals in the world.
- The benefits of a cow to humanity are immense; they give milk products, meat for non-vegetarians, skin for the leather industry, dung for usage in manure preparation.
- Livestock farming is a very lucrative trade, and different breeds of cows are grazed on farmlands for commercially exporting their products.
- The average lifespan of a healthy and well-built cow is around 20 years, though it depends on the breed and type.
- As many as 800 different types of cow breeds are found in the world, and each cow has various milking capacities according to its type variations.
- The speciality of cows is that they uniquely have four chambers in their stomach for food processing, and these chambers are called udders.
- Cows require a minimum of four hours of sleep and resting period in a day, and they can rotate their vision in full 360 degrees.
- They possess 32 teeth totally and to keeping chewing for at least 50 times to break down grasses into smaller sections after which they go down the food pipe.
- Cows are good at sensing different odours and have the exceptional ability to smell food from as far as six miles.
- The cow is worshipped in the Hindu religion and also the national animal of the country of Nepal.
Set 3 – 10 Lines on Cow
- Cows are feminine, while bulls are considered their male counterparts.
- Group of cows are commonly called “ herd”, and the Germany breed Holstein produces the maximum amount of milk compared to any other breed.
- Many parts of India and South Asia have indigenous breeds of cow-like Brahman cattle, Nellore and Guzerat cattle, Sahiwal and Zebu.
- Grasslands and pastures are familiar places of cow inhabitation, and they quickly trim blades of grasses by wrapping them around their tongue.
- A well-reared dairy cow produces around 24 litres of milk by taking an intake of 30 litres of water every day.
- A cow produces nutritious milk that is further used for other purposes like cheese, butter, ice cream, yoghurt, buttermilk, dried milk and condensed milk production.
- The Indian dairy industry is hugely dependent on cows, along with cities that have colossal cow rearing farms for commercial milk production and villagers who make a living by selling milk.
- Cows are found in different colours, breeds, sizes and give birth to a young calf after twelve months of gestation period.
- Milk obtained from the cow has a total nutritional value of 102 calories with around 8.2 grams of protein, 12.2 grams of carbohydrates, 2.4 grams of fat and lots of perfect calcium.
- Cows can hear both low and high-frequency sounds and form long-lasting bonds and friendship with human beings.