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What Is a Female Bull?

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The term bull is usually used to refer to adult male cattle that have not been castrated. A castrated male of the cattle species is called a steer or ox. When referring to female cattle, the correct term to use is 'cow' and not 'female bull'.
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There is no such thing as a female bull. When referring to cattle, the young is a "calf," the female is a "cow", and the male is called a "bull."
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