What Is a Heffer?


The exact use of the term “heifer” varies. In some regions, the term is used to describe a young female cow that has not yet given birth to a calf. In other regions, a cow may be termed as a heifer through her first lactation, after which she is considered a fully adult cow.
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A heifer is a female bovine or a young cow that is yet to give birth to a calf. Adult female cattle are called cows. First-calf heifers (heifers which have given birth at least once) can produce 7.5 to 11.35 litres of milk in a day.
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