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Txwalt

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If humans disappeared from the earth, what do you think cows would look like a couple hundred years later. It would probably differ by region. I would figure leaner, meaner, and horned. Sorry folks, I can't fall asleep tonight.

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Longhorns in Texas--Highland/Yak up north
Migratory mix in between.
I can't sleep either---got up/ate 4:00am :shock: :frowns:
 

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You would certainly see changes. Around here, what would be left would be the "swamp cows". I don't know of but 1 herd of them that's left around here. They can live on virtually nothing and still breed and have a calf every year. Doesn't matter how much you feed them, they don't fatten up much. But they will breed like swamp rabbits...
 

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Txwalt":32wc99lq said:
If humans disappeared from the earth, what do you think cows would look like a couple hundred years later. It would probably differ by region. I would figure leaner, meaner, and horned. Sorry folks, I can't fall asleep tonight.

Walt
Longhorns are the only breed that I know of and they would probably look the same !! :)
 

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