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cud

partially digested food regurgitated from the first stomach of cattle and other ruminants to the mouth for a second chewing
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They dance with contorted limbs and facial expressions of a cud-chewing cow, they talk about shirts and socks and shoes with the passion of a bride for her trousseau, their highest tribute to anything under the sun is to describe it as 'smashing'.
The horizon never changes, the pounding of their feet never ceases, no glorious alpine vista is ever attained, from which rolls out an irenic Swiss valley, dotted with placidly cud-chewing milch cows.
While it seems almost as improbable as their passing through the eye of a needle, these cud-chewing mammals once called Canada home.
While I imagined a very appreciative family welcoming my sibling's cud-chewing animal into their home, I could only picture kids (humans, not little goats) moaning about swallowing my tablets.
coli bacteria originate in the digestive systems of cud-chewing animals and frequently contaminate human foods - whether meats, milk products, fresh produce or unpasteurized juices.
Cud-chewing animals may be severely affected if they eat a large amount of leaves in a short time.
While the practice of feeding mammalian protein in feed intended for cows and other cud-chewing animals was banned by the U.
Following the outbreak of mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), in Britain in October 1999, all states and territories in Australia banned the feeding of animal protein to ruminants, cud-chewing hoofed mammals including sheep, he said.