What meat does cows come from?
What does cows come from in meat terms so what type of beef is it I know it sounds dumb but how are you gonna learn if you don’t go ask the tough question in life
- Anonymous6 months ago
The meat that you eat comes from steers, which are castrated bulls. Dairy cows are not used for meat.
- Thomas ELv 66 months ago
Since cows are vegetarians it's OK to eat them. Don't eat bears, dogs, and meat-eaters.
- DaisyLv 77 months ago
Your question is not clear.
Cows (a female bovine) come from their momma, just like you did. Ranchers raise them, breed them and sell their offspring after weaning to be slaughtered for meat.
Different cuts of meat (rump roast, t-bone, ribeye, etc) are taken from different parts of the animal's body. Most hamburger comes from the trimming of those cuts of meat.
There's only one kind of beef: meat from bovine. Bovine are cows, bulls, steers, heifers, calves...depending on age and sex.
There are many different breeds of cows, but they have the same body/muscle structure, so produce the same cuts of meat which is called beef.
- pattyLv 67 months ago
meat form cows is called beef. beef be yummy
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- yet-knish!Lv 77 months ago
Cows don't come from meat, meat comes from cows.
- wobafettyLv 67 months ago
"Aurochs", an ancient species of cow that in itself was just a sub species to an even earlier group of bovines. Early civilizations took it upon themselves to domesticate "Aurochs" into the cows you see in fields today. You weren't expecting an answer like this were you? In a sense Auroch meat is where cows come from.
- tentofieldLv 77 months ago
Cows and bulls are female and male cattle. The meat from both is called "beef". The young of cattle are calves and their meat is called "veal".
- Anonymous7 months ago
they are small buffalos