INTRODUCTION: Of all the domestic animals the cow is the most useful to us. She plays an important part in our daily life.

DESCRIPTION: The cow is a four-footed animal. She has two eyes, two horns, two ears and a long tail. There is a tuft of hair at the end of her tall. Her body is covered with soft and short hair. She has teeth only in the lower jaw. Her hoofs are divided in the middle.

KINDS: There are many kinds of cows. They also differ in colour. Some are black, some are white, some are red and some are of mixed colour. Cows of one country differ from those of another country in shape and size.

WHERE FOUND: The cow is found is almost all the countries of the world. Wild cows live in jungles.

FOOD: The cow lives on grass. She also eats oil cakes, rice, bran, leaves and straw.

NATURE: The cow is a gentle animal. She gives birth to one calf at a time. She is very fond of her calf. The cow chews the cud.

USEFULNESS: The cow is a very useful animal. She gives us milk. Ghee, butter, curd, cheese and many other things are made of milk. The male cow is called the bull or ox. He draws the cart and the plough. Shoes and bags are made from a cow’s hide. Combs, buttons and handles of knives are made from her bones. Cow dung is good manure. It is used in the fields for rich crops.

CONCLUSION: We should take care of such a useful animal and be kind to her. We must take all necessary steps to improve the cow in our country. We cannot prosper as a nation if we do not have a sufficient number of healthy cows.

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